The Pine & Picket B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... saw people going about living their lives differently but similarly to us. We may speak different languages, drive differently, worship differently, and live in different economic classes, but we are all human beings trying to make the best of our lives. That’s what travel is to me….the opportunity to see through different lenses.
Darlene's last ramblings.
Our Marathon Journey is over. We have traveled from ...
... sites as well as there terraced sites where we are located that would be choice sites under different weather conditions.
I grabbed some down time this afternoon to work on my souvenir journal and then it was guys against gals in a few games of Bola or Ladder Toss. Must get the game as our granddaughter would love it! We haven't played it since the ...
... dinner at a lovely restaurant down by the marina and had a lovely evening. After dinner we decided to have a walk around the beautifully lit parliament building and the museum and this was followed by a horse drawn cart ride around town. From bobby the horse, Harrison loved the ride and wanted bobby the horse to go faster. It was a lovely way to see the town snuggled under the blanket we were told some of the history ...
... but they feel free to intervene and offer their opinions and analysis. Melo listens to them and trusts them too. They greet him with hugs and kisses when he comes in to the radio station or the offices of ERIC. (The North American thought police would have a lot of problems with all this hugging and kissing in the workplace!) Part of the Latin American culture is to recognize the person who is present, to stop a meeting to greet someone who arrives late because of the importance of ...
... it did occur to me some time ago, I've just waited until now to act on it.
The thing is, in Africa I didn't need a bike to have a rich and exciting travel experience. Envy was never an emotion I experienced for the riders of the TDA. Admiration sure, my hat goes off to anyone with the guts to ride across a continent, but did I ever envy their experiences on a day to day basis? Honestly, never, not once. The view from the truck was just fine by me, and ...