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Hey friends! So this is where I've decided to keep my travel blog while I am away in Southeast Asia. Let me start by saying that my trip is still 13 days away, but I wanted to give a little introduction and present my tentative itinerary.
I'm turning 38 in February, and I guess this is where I admit that I am having a bit of a midlife crisis. I had very humble beginnings, but I've had a pretty awesome life, if I say so myself. We won't get ...
Initially we came to Pittsburgh looking to see the Andy Warhol museum and visit the Carnegie Hall where the last lecture was given... And then we saw the sky and knew we had to find a spot for sunset. The top hit was Mount Washington. Getting there was pretty cool, the mountain side was filled with full house style houses. And freeways through mountains. Once you get to Mount Washington stay on Grandview Ave for the ...
... over and tell him I'm new to the country and want to take a interesting route to the stadium.
The driver chuckled a bit and said you're up to early to have an interesting drive, whilst I'm thinking about what the driver said I look up and see hundreds of cars in front and behind me; this is the biggest traffic jam I've been in. The driver looked in his review mirror and said you might want to get out and walk now, if you walk straight down ...
... I haven't had much of an appetite at all. I figured that not having work or school would mean that I wouldn't be too busy to remember to eat three meals a day. Unfortunately, that hasn't been the case so far. I have yet to have had more than two meals in one day, and most of those days, I actually only ended up having one. I need to do better.
Actually, I just realized that I have only had seven meals since I left a week ago… Huh. ...
... accented Scouser – a guy from Liverpool, England for any US readers – what a character!
We were sad to leave Don but had to head back South. We reached the Peace Bridge entrance back into the US and the problems started! We were pulled into the office area, made to wait for hours and told that on paper, as we had been to Canada 3 times and to the UK twice since first arriving in the US, it looked as if we were trying to find ...
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