Inn on Carmel
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I somewhat regret not spending much time in these states but that gives me an excuse to come back for another trip.
Had good fun at Vivek's house. Lots of beer and good food, pasta and sausages.
Tomorrow at some point, I'll leave for somewhere in Tennessee. I haven't decided on the destinations yet. Maybe Nashville, maybe Asheville and surely ...
... plane. The conversations get more interesting as we go. We're off to a great trip!
Safely in the ground in Costa Rica. And the adventure begins. I should have spent a little more time sharpening up on my Spanish growing up in Texas. So far the lyrics to La Bamba aren't getting me far but getting lots of smiles from the ...
... State Park, it was quite late in the day so had to opt for one of the shorter trails (Thank goodness we did, don’t think I could have kept the pace up for a whole day) we took the Backside pass no comments please! – short but steep, not least the 336 steps at the summit!
Backside Trail: blazed in orange hexagons - A strenuous, .9 mile (one-way) trail that ...
... eldest daughter) and Alan her new husband, was great - people who spoke our language. They explained some of the nuances of football, politics and American language to us...They also fed us great braai'd chicken flatties...
We returned to our apartment quite buoyed and ready to face more travel in the morning. As we left Jaars, Wayne went to settle our account and bumped into a lady who promptly listened ...
Saturday morning, Kerrin and Wayne headed for what we thought was the nearest grocery store. We had passed some on the way in the previous evening, so we back tracked to a store on The Carolina Commons called Harris Teater. This turned out to be a very nice fairly upmarket large grocery store with very friendly people - most of the Kentucky twang was gone from their accents so we could actually understand what people ...
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