The Roaring River Bed & Breakfast
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... been. I went to the display on how you put a Kimono on which was interesting but the demonstrator is the same woman who taught the origami and she does not display or talk through what she is doing very well. I stayed for the talk in Jeju and Incheon and found out what transport is available there but when I returned to the cabin and discussed it with John I wondered why I bothered he did not ...
... really didn't want to spend too much time with John and Phil, they really are making it difficult for us. I had a lovely cocktail even though I had a spilling headache and not feeling all that well. John and I were back to talking and I feel we have gotten over the initial hump. The cocktail I had was a Strawberry Basil Ballisimo, vodka strawberry, basil infused and ice. Very ...
Neha and I wore each other out. Kept awake by coffee after coffee we visited Ballard Market, West Seattle and Pike Place Market in the one full day I had in the city. These were all great neighbourhoods of rustic coffee shops, neon signs and craft stores selling $180 rings that were no more than Wade figurines stuck to stainless steel. I passed on those.
... fish toss, went to the gum wall, meandered all through the little stands in awe of all the neat things around us! Next - Seattle Big Wheel (the ferris wheel on the pier) - I highly recommend this, you get some great views of the city, and while it was a little expensive - may as well spend the money since you're down there anyways.
Our next stop was the Space Needle for brunch! And if you know me, you know I'm a ...
... roam around the campground eating and checking everything out. Fortunately, there were no roosters there to wake us up early in the morning!
Once we got settled in, we drove to the dunes. In this area, people use ATV's to ride up and down the dunes and that is what most of the people in our campground were there for. All along the road were places where ...