Austin Folk House Bed and Breakfast
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So we left New Orleans in good spirits (bar the psycho ex girlfriend woman!) and headed towards Austin, Texas. Arriving later that night, we found a trusty Walmart car park to stay in around 1 hour out of Austin. This was a good thing because we were both exhausted and hungover from the night before! You can't really feel like a proper camper cooking on a propane stove in a Walmart car park. And you have to be pretty sneaky and fast as we are not actually sure we ...
... we had to resort to left overs from last night. The food was ok but the setting less so. A disused open land which might have housed houses in the past. No park eg. Anyway no sun so pretty chilly so we ate our left overs quickly and headed back to the freeway to New Orleans. The traffic was fast and we were parked close to our hotel by 5.30 which was a lot earlier than i had anticipated. We are staying at a Hilton hotel (prices reduced due to holidays and no ...
What an amazing adventure we had this summer!!! Never did I dream we would do something like this! I am truly blessed to have the opportunity to see new things, learn about different people and their cultures AND to have spent 6 uninterrupted weeks with Connor, Davis and Ethan. I am so thankful to Mike, for arranging it all and letting us reap the benifits of his travel by giving us millions of miles to fly us first ...
... writing until my parking spot expired. A giant Caddyshack Bill Murray & Gopher painted on the side. I would’ve stayed longer. Bennu Coffee feels like Cuppa. A Technicolor Dalai Lama canvas and mismatched chairs. The Baristas are friendly and with just the right amount of persnickety-ness. Tea, thoughts, pencil and paper.
Lesson of the morning: I need a business card.
Zig-zagging around Austin in the middle of the day on a ...
... in a park with a cooler of beer and other more questionable beverages (something called a lime-ber-rita?). The concert was great and full of both locals and tourists. After the concert was over me and 2 lovely Northern Irish girls unsuccessfully attempted to get a taxi so decided to get a 'pedicab' back. This is where we meet Ben, the hero of a man the cycled the 3 of us and our massive cooler (still over half full) uphill in 30 degree heat. On one particularly steep hill ...