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... About 10 minutes later, Danielle came to claim me and I carefully told her that I just wanted two straight inches cut off and don't try anything fancy. I had told her I was trying to get the weight off my shoulders and off the back of my neck and to my surprise, she impressed me with her knowledge of hair. Do you want layers? ... no, I hate layers. Okay, but what if I took a little off of the top to give ...
... degrees. I'm starting to look like a homeless though, my clothes are getting abit worn now. Travelling does that.
Day 72 - 2nd December 2013
We had a busy day lined up today, first off is one of every guys and some girls dreams who have seen the movie Rocky with Sylvester Stallone, he trains for his fight and the movie is set in this city, after a massive run he finishes by legging it up the steps and jumping with his arms aloft, the building and ...
So today we had a chilled out afternoon off, and as we didn't want to travel too far, we went to Blue Hill. We went to the shop for supplies and then went to the beach and realised that there were actually places less than 30 mins from camp that we can go to which were quite nice (and avoided the honey trap that is Walmart!). It was nice to chill out, chat, and ...
... William Howard Taft used to enjoy games of golf in Bar Harbor. However, when roads and railroads began bringing the middle classes to the area for vacations, the blue noses abandoned Bar Harbor for places that were still unreachable to the masses such Jekyll Island, Georgia.
As for Acadia National Park, the landscape architect Charles Eliot is credited with the idea for the park.George B. Dorr, called the "father of Acadia," along with ...
... the day before, an Italian couple, and a couple of Boston kids. We always love traveling the outdoors in the U.S., because its amazing how many foreigners you meet. They always outnumber us Americans 2 to 1...a sign of how under appreciated the country is by its own citizens.
The sea kayak was a three hour adventure in Frenchman's Bay to view a number of islands including the "Porcupines," "Little Rum Key," and the ...
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