The Raritan Inn at Middle Valley
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... thought possible. My bank account is not happy with me after these four months, but it was worth every single penny.
I traveled for 4 months on my own, through 5 countries. I took 11 flights and 5 night busses (which is 4 too many in my opinion) and a couple of trains. I was scammed, so I bargained harder to make up for the lost money. I learned words in Thai, ...
... of wine (for the first few nights since i may not know my way around), wine opener, and a protein bar just in case I'm starving and too tired to leave the hotel on the first night. Other than that whatever i forget to bring I can buy.
I have mixed emotions.. I am excited to start this new adventure. I am sad to leave my boyfriend and family behind. I am hopeful that this trip will be worth my while and will help me with my career. I am ...
... bike. And will probably need to return the bike around 4pm tomorrow. They are closed on Sunday but they mentioned that they have a facility where I can drop off the bike and gear for an extra $25. Once I pick up the bike I plan on doing a few circles around just to get a good handle of the bike before heading out fully. I have to plan out my gas stops. I have no experience in timing when I would need to tank up so most ...
... the cup so in we got and off we went, it seemed a really long way by cab so we were glad we didn't walk. Ikea was big but about the same size as the one in Brisbane, we walked really fast following the arrows as you are supposed to - don't ever "go against the tide" at Ikea, it is frowned upon and deemed socially unacceptable so round and round we went until we got to the cup/glasses area, grabbed the mugs that looked similar to the ones in the ...
... we unloaded the car and then returned it to "lovely" Newark airport. This time the trains were working so the return went smoothly. Once back we settled in to wait for the Millers. Bruce thought they were arriving at 3:30 but it was really closer to 6. Since we were within walking distance of an outlet mall, this confusion served to keep me anchored to the hotel instead of spending money shopping! Thankfully, I missed my opportunity ...