Roli's Bed and Breakfast
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... to climb over massive boulders and sometimes through narrow passes with cacti on both sides. At one point I almost made us go back because I saw a snake and started to freak out. We both knew that Jessie, Jack, and Patrick were definitely making fun of us down at the bottom calling us idiots while at the same time probably actually extremely nervous about us making it down before sunset. Oh did I mention that Kamal did this entire hike in flip flops and at one point ...
Today I had a bit of an awful experience, this guy agreed to hosting me from couch surfing. Against my better judgement I accepted!!! He was a complete pervert!!! I won't go in to detail, but I had to escape- so with the help of my trusty sidekick (Jayne in England) I made my getaway. So had a stressful day driving round in a taxi looking for a place ...
Back to Tyler's apt in Austin
Spend time with Caroline
Wine and Beer tour with Caroline, Jacob and Tyler
Dinner with Adam
Hang out with Leslie
Dinner with Pam and Rachel
Pack Tyler into storage unitl
Going away party for Central/South America ...
... dodging pedestrians and puppies alike. It seemed as if the entire city was funneling into Zilker Park. We locked up our bikes and began searching for Luke's friends from work who supplied us with infallible directions..."We're underneath Scooby-Doo on a stick." First things first: We unrolled the blanket of blankets. The plushest of leopard-skin throws. Barefoot frisbee ended abruptly after an errant throw into the neck of an unexpecting fellow waiting in line for his ...
... in a beautiful setting, then get to sit on Santa's lap after a short story that I try to make interactive. A few dozen kids in a line can move pretty quick, so nobody is antsy. And for the open houses, there are more kids because the Teas are limited to however many made reservations (they all sold out), but the line still moves along. And when they're not waiting, they can drink cider, have cookies, take pictures, spend all kinds of time gawking at the huge ...