Inn on Mt. Ada
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A lookout point near Little Harbour, 1.30pm
I hired a bike and have come cycling across the island on the dirt roads. These dirt roads are in fact the main roads around the island. They're only for the locals to use in their 4x4s, or for busses, trucks, or whatever other necessary vehicles there are.
Once I had cycled out of Avalon on the road, I ...
... Southern California.
Brock drove the entire time and made the trip in 38 hours straight. The only thing we stopped for was to get gas, fast food (which we ate while driving), and books on CD at Cracker Barrel. I don’t know how he did it. I offered to drive, but he never wanted me to. We knew we wanted to return to Southern California but we didn’t know where specifically we would settle. We decided we would just stay with friends for ...
... obsolete for backpacking. I Love the smaller ones for random gadgets.
#8 Scrubba Clothes Washing Bag - $50 thescrubba.com: This bag is not a necessity, but with me washing clothes everyday I find it incredibly handy and it lets me deter from scrubbing my clothes in dirty hostel sinks. I can get clean clothes within 3 minutes hassle free.
#9 REI Clothes Line - $7 REI outlet or REI.com: This clothes line rocks! It stretches out to about 6 feet if you want it to and ...
... From there I have been debating to go east to Berlin and Prague. Furthermore, I will be swinging south to Austria, Switzerland, and through south France. The next main point to make it to is the southern tip of France where our 500 mile pilgrimage over Spain begins (Camino de Santiago). I encourage everyone to watch "The Way" with Martin Sheen to get an awesome feel for this journey in it's own. It's free on Youtube and other sites.
After dying on the camino we will ...
... 8211; an enormous gorge/canyon/valley where we could see up to Palm Desert,
Palm Springs and the other various cities in that area and down to the Salton Sea – Mexico http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salton_Sea . Back to civilisation then and a delicious bowl of soup at a little vegetarian restaurant before making our way back to Palm Desert.
We were leaving for Newport Beach the following day but before we left Jan and Eric ...