Tam Valley Bed and Breakfast
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... so windy though and it was really hard to keep your balance so I ended up falling over once and stumbling around loads but it was great fun. Especially when Ryan started dancing as we were allowed 2 free drinks and the crew put Gangnam Style on and I was in fits of laughter for pretty much the duration of the trip. We arrived back at the hostel around 9pm and after getting changed we all decided to catch an Uber and go and find a ...
... who manned the cordoned off roads. The winds had suddenly grown cold but I assumed that gazing upon a celebrity was like touching a leprechauns head (for they are just amazing and surely bring luck), therefore I decided to stay put. We ventured to the security gates and one of the team told us that the celebrity's would come from the other entrance. Immediately we went round and saw that a small crowd awaited. I was overcome by the occasion and was suddenly hungry for ...
There could have been two songs that explained my mood when I woke up at Charles De Gaulle airport in Paris, knowing that I would be sleeping in my bed the next night. The first was the same song I sing in my head any time I fly back into the US- "America- **** Yeah!", the theme from Team America: World Police. The second is a little more poignant and is courtesy of Journey: "When the lights go down in the city, ...
On October 10th I will set sail on a timeless endeavor hitchhiking from San Francisco, California to New York City, New York. From there I will enter a teleportation device of sorts which will transfer me through an electromagnetic spectrum and take me to San Jose, Costa Rica. The agenda from there will mainly consists of traveling ...
... found a cabin for us to stay in for the night.
Finding the cabin was an adventure in itself. We had to go up hilly, narrow roads along the edges of mountains. Our cell service was spotty at best, but we eventually found the place hidden in the woods.
When Jonathan and David said "cabin," I was prepared to sleep on a couch or maybe the ground as the 8 of us squished into a two-ish bedroom cabin.
This place was ...