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Apologies. Last entry had incorrect date. should have been Day 33 Saturday 27 June not July.
Also last 4 nights in state parks and no internet.
Day 34. Sunday 28 June 2015
Visited a beautiful series of falls - Gooseberry FAlls. Nice walk. We drove around Two Harbors and then to Duluth where we visited the Maritime Centre and watched huge ships go through the canal into Lake Superior. There is a lifting bridge. ...
... proceeded to have the night from hell. I was awake from 1-4:40ish – GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!! I kept shoving the alarm back thinking “I need to sleep; or do I just get up and go in to work now?!” But seeing as though I was in no condition to drive, I just kept trying to sleep. I must’ve dozed back off eventually, but when I woke up again at 5:20 I gave up and went to work. ...
In a word, the flight back sucked! Leaving Melbourne at 11:00am meant no chance of sleeping between there and LAX. We both dozed a bit, but that was about all. Once we landed, that was a whole nother level of suckiness! More long customs lines that lead to about a mile or more hike around the airport terminals. Completely ridiculous that there wasn't a shuttle bus in sight. And there was ...
... which I had read about. I'm so glad I made my connection so I didn't have to go through that experience. It might be something to keep in mind if I fly Turkish Airlines again. Although if I were stranded in Istanbul for a day, I would probably find a cheap hotel and go explore instead of hanging in the airport, if possible. As far as Turkish airlines, I didn't have any issues with the actual flight experience. The food was decent, the attendants were pleasant enough, ...
... were astounded with all their RTW trips and the places they've been. Those conversations became inspiration for us to continue globe trotting. However now that we've been home for almost two months, the "white picket fence" life has slowly crept in and left
us wondering, "are we doing the right thing?"