Hawk and Ivy B&B Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The County Health Department is very good for foreign travel information. The nurse gave us good information about mosquito repellants, what do take for intestinal problems and reminders about eating safely and staying healthy. Plus they give you an immunization record for travel.
We learned that there is a mosquito spray for ...
... to have for extended stays. Since we are only going the carry on route, I will just buy toiletries when I get to Chile. A time to try out some new and different products. Not sure what the restrictions on for International travel with liquids. Easier to just buy shampoo, etc when we get there.
... did a lap of the camping ground. This was followed by a motorised train giving free rides for all and in the evening a live band played well into the night to a good sized crowd with many dancing along. Fireworks seemed to be the entertainment of choice once it got dark. It was a fun evening and seemed much like New Year's Eve celebrations. This morning, Sunday, breakfast of free donuts and coffee was provided for all campers.
We explored nearby Charlottesville ...
Me and Lee made a climbing attempt to rumbling bald... there were so many leaves on the ground you couldn't even see the trail so we bushwhacked most of the way to the crag stumbling over rocks and roots hidden beneath the blanket of leaves.
I got in the route called Fruit loops and it was wonderful the first pitch was stone cold and icy and numbed up your ...
... about seeing all the national championship trophies and going in Cameron. At least I still have time to teach Nora and Neve! We were very lucky to get a special tour of the Duke Lemur Center where the Aye-Aye was a highlight, along with all the baby lemurs with their mothers. Apparently in lemur communities the women rule, which seemed very appropriate for our group. We ended the visiting portion of our trip today in Asheville, where we were treated ...