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... the area.
The bridge is a really high bridge with stops on either end to see the views. It got its name when Captain George Vancouver mistakenly thought this was a peninsula but found out it was actually an island, which he named Whidbey Island.
... Market easily and before 9:30 am succumbed to the lure of a lavender flavored cupcake from Cupcake Royal, along with my second espresso drink of the day (hey, it is Seattle). Yummm. Then we assembled a picnic lunch at the market for later in the day. If you've never traveled with us, the components of a Zimet picnic are simple: bread + cheese + meat + fruit. We've enjoyed Zimet picnics all over the world and they are always easy to tailor to the local specialities and ...
Vashon Island is a place that I visited yearly growing up for wrestling and probably monthly for work while working for King County. For the first time in my life, I went to this island for pleasure and not business. There couldn't have been a better time to visit here but during there annual Strawberry Festival. Claire and I took the ferry to Vashon Island from Tacoma. There is no bridge that connects the island with the mainland. It is a 40 minute ferry ...
... s a bloody Starbucks on just about every corner, with over 500 of them in Seattle alone !
With that ticked off, I said goodbye to Pike Place Market and gave the unofficial mascot, Rachel, a pat on the **** before leaving. Don't panic ! Rachel is a bronze cast 250kg piggy bank in the shape of an actual pig. Tourists seem to want to get on her back and have their photos taken. Not this tourist though.
I carried on wandering, grabbed ...
... this day. These guys were not going to be rushed though, this became clear quickly. They took us to have tea, huge delicious breakfast, see their offices and visit with more friends. They kept saying that the border crossing was close by and the crossing would be very quick.
Finally, after many laughs, we piled into Arfan's car with his driver, Wadude and our bags and headed for the little border crossing into India. It wasn't 15 minutes away, about an hour. The landscape ...
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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