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... the sites and then take a flight on Air Asia to Borocay Island. It's been a year since I have broken out my backpack .. I'm feeling a bit rusty. The trick to packing up everything you need in a tiny backpack is to visualize your travel day in your mind. ...taking only the bare necessities and understanding that every little item adds weight to your load. I have everything ...
We are on our way to Big Sur for Mary's Birthday 2013. We land in San Francisco. Drive south down the coast highway to Santa Cruz (Dream Inn). Two days later we dive to Ventana Inn on the Big Sur coast. Then three days later north back to San ...
... it’s a whole different story. Life comes to a shrieking halt, and the route can become hopelessly clogged and congested for hours; rendering expedient travel impossible.
Basically, a living hell for someone late to the airport for their flight.
And this being a Monday morning I knew that there would be traffic—mainly begrudged commuters on their way back to the city for work after the weekend.
As I ...
... there on Christmas day despite the excessive amounts of Christmas food awaiting us LOL).
On top of that, we went & saw the gorgeous christmas lights at the park in downtown Arlington Heights again. Aaaaaaaand got invited over for the family tradition of watching the Bears game (even found a Bears jumper to wear & everything haha), after which I got fancy home-cooked Mexican for dinner ...
... the move once again. a word about packing up my ****.......When i first left for Thailand, i had a few boxes of mementos and various keepsakes from my college days that i stored up in the rafters of the parents garage. my thinking was that i may want these things when i return after my 3 or 4 month vacation in Thailand. as i traveled, i also sent back souvenirs that were too heavy or bulky to carry with me, so my collection of **** slowly grew. well as we all ...