Angel'S Nest Bed & Breakfast
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... around in murky looking pools, even the flies in the room seemed uninterred in all the tasty rotting stuff out there, so it really must have been bad. Ah Asia we thought, one last treat for us, you have outdone yourself this time! We laughed even harder as we were given an upgrade to a family room (sleeps 4) which sometimes happens when we book a double bed in Asia, when two guys turn up, they think that it must be a mistake so they put us in a family or twin room instead, which ...
... amp; his partner, Robby, for dinner in the Alberta District. This area is the trendy, "hipster" area and has all the vibe to go with it. A street filled with art shops, galleries and cool little 'hangouts'. We went to a restaurant that served...you guessed it...'Southern' Food! After a 'starter' (no entres here...LOL) of deep fried okra and a yummy 'zingy' sauce, and some Hush Puppies (deep fried, tangy balls...think thai ...
... a route a friendly bike shop employee had printed out the previous day which he said was a scenic route along less traveled country roads to connect with 101. The directions ended up being remarkably concise, and easy follow and led us up a gorgeous route cutting through the scenic countryside. We didn't get as far as we had hoped, and decided to try our luck knocking on a strangers door in Carlton to ask if we could set up our hammocks in their front yard. ...
... don't go to Kenya. She also wouldn't give me typhoid or diptheria/pertussis/tetanus because she read in her book that it could cause neurologic problems. So I paid $75 for no vaccines and now I'm in a bind. Update #2: Several days later I went to a different travel clinic. I came out $375 lighter with all necessary vaccinations, including yellow fever. Phew! Onward and ...
... about it. Anyway, the trip was smooth
and speedy. I snoozed for the majority of it and stared out at the wilderness
for the rest.
We arrived in Portland downtown and it was hot hot hot.
Apparently we arrived on the one day that they were having some freak weather
with tempratures around 95 degrees (35 in Celsius). My first impression of the
city was that it was a smaller Seattle: similarly surrounded by wilderness and