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... so ticket-happy and surly that they’re best just completely avoided. Only in New Jersey!
I can only speculate as to why because I don’t necessarily find it to be the case in other eastern states even if there’s generally not the degree of personal freedom in the East as in most of the western states. I suspect it has much to do with municipalities looking the police as a way of raising revenue to finance excessive costs of public employee salaries, ...
... the American robin, not actually a robin but indeed one of the thrush family. It is called a robin because of the colour of its breast. Back at Sasha's we defrosted with a hot drink. Angus and Sasha went for a walk on the beach and lasted about 5 minutes out in the cold. Snake has not been seen since arriving in New Jersey, I think he has headed back to Bora Bora for a few days until we get somewhere warmer. (Angus) I don't believe ...
... the rail line itself. The walk was really nice with really great view of the New York streets and lower Manhattan. However there is a lot of apartments around the area that you can see right into their homes. Subash took a lot of very nice photos, and I would recommend whoever goes to New York to go here. We ended our walk near "Magnolia Bakery" where we got our last cupcake before heading to a burger joint where we had some nice burgers. The day was coming to an end. ...
... Yes, this is a tourist place, but it is not a rip off
Dinner for two (burp) was $ 40 USD.
Oh yes, we had dessert, a sacher torte, at the Sacher Hotel and desserts were $ 20 USD
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... we choose Nepal-side base camp, we needed to identify the appropriate time to go considering weather conditions. There are two main trekking seasons for reaching EBC, Autumn (Sept - Nov) and Spring (Mar - May). Trekkers are permitted to enter Sagarmatha National Park in Winter and Summer, but, heavy snow and rain respectively make for less than optimal hiking. Here is a quick snapshot of the monthly entries into Sagarmatha NP since 1998: