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... I opted for the lower, double bunk and wasted little time in going to sleep. It didn't last long, I woke at least once every hour until the first in the series of about five alarms went off at 6. Eugh, at least I've got plenty of time to rest on the train to San Francisco, which will take slightly less than 23 hours to cover the 908 miles to Emeryville, where I'll get a bus through to the city ...
... me have a look..."
This was Irish Mike, a lovely man from Belfast, who took me under his wing, and basically hooked me up with a 1991 Toyota Corolla, $2800 + tax and registration, lowest price I could get off him.
I checked a few insurance companies, and for a non-US citizen, the cheapest I could get full insurance was $750 for 6 months.
Paperwork took about 3 days to sort out, and then I was on the road!
... 8220;There’s a whole pizza in here, man!” “Yes there is.” Much
smiling and professing of thanks occurred. I asked what the free pizza and
turban tying was in honour of, and they replied that they were just raising
awareness of the Sikh Society, and also doing a small memorial for the
Wisconsin shooting that had happened two years before. Then my pizza box was
loaded up with the sweet dessert balls, at least 10 of them, each ...
This is the last post before I head on over to the other side of the Atlantic.
As mentioned previously, part 1 of my trip will be Southern Spain. A more detailed itinerary is as follows:
Tuesday, March 25th 7:10 PM leave Seattle.
Wednesday March 26th 11:20 AM arrive London
same day, at 3:25 PM leave London
6:45 PM arrive Madrid
Wednesday March 26th- Sunday March 30th spend ...
... and cute, like a farmers market. The Christmas decorations and the barbershop quartet singing Christmas songs on the street corner, just added the final touch.
Soon it was time for me to move on to colder temperatures. On the flight to Fairbanks i was sat next to a family of 5. They were apparently moving from California to Fairbanks. I looked at her with confusion (and a little shock) , then she clarified she was being transferred as ...