Crystal River Inn
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... cafe as often as I believed I would.
Looking around the area I will be staying reminds me a lot of my trip to London. I can see it on Google Earth and the area is very much near a bus pickup (really helpful) and it has tiny roads but big sidewalks. I have a feeling I will be walking quite a bit, which I am looking forward to. Obviously, I'm going to ...
... at narwhals. Kelsey also yelled expecto patronum (did I get that right?) at a large statue of an elk. That's pretty weird too. We walked up and down the SoCo district - south Congress - for a good couple of hours, making sure we stopped in all the quasi-famous Austin digs; Lucy in Disguise, Monkey See Monkey Do, Allen's Boots, and Parts & Labour. We also made a brief detour on our way back north, heading off SoCo to a little food truck called Gordough's Donuts - a food truck ...
After a night on the town, my friend Summer and I had some girl time over breakfast. She took me to a local joint and we had a great time. It was just like the "good ol' days" where we could talk for hours. We've not lived near each other for over a year, but it felt like we never moved from El Paso.
Then it was on to Schlitterbahn in New Braunsfels. Now, this is supposed to be the cleanest water park in ...
... the world and turn on the oh-so-bright light before I went in order to brush my teeth and prepare my face and hair for the outside world, so I may have accidentally woken up the remaining six girls.
As I was flying to Texas, it was over $200 cheaper to fly from Buffalo Airport across the US border than from Toronto Pearson, hence the early rise to catch a bus from Toronto over to Buffalo; the bus station isn’t a long way from the hostel, but at ...
... it was all a big joke so we laughed it off. Quite a lot of the treks are in similar areas to us at the same time so we get the chance every now and then to meet up for a bit.
I forgot to mention in my earlier posts that two of our trekkers have actually left the group and gone home. Gil and Young, a newly married couple from Seoul, left us in Memphis to go back to Korea as their parents wanted them back home for some reason. So it was a sad day in ...