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... The kids have been great, playing on their tablets and watching the trains pass by, munching on appetizers and not complaining about dinner. We know they landed and checked into the hotel but where are they? Finally, we decide we'll just have to order dinner, the kids can't wait any longer. Just then, Andy, with Piper aloft strides up, grinning from ear to ear. The room fills up with their warm bodies, all eager and excited. Twelve people, and two ...
... 8 worth of chips and guac before ordering one of the largest and densest burritos I’ve ever had in my life. To say that it took every ounce of effort I had to finish this burrito would be an understatement. Although I struggled to finish my burrito laced with fresh shaven steak, sour cream, and French fries I enjoyed every second of it and can’t wait to try to make a similar thing on my own next year. Almost everyone else also ordered a California burrito and fell ...
... airport. And my darn camera battery was dead! The trolley driver put on the song that goes "your love is lifting me higher..." It was an exhilarating ride across the bay in the open air trolley!
We picked up a few groceries and went back to our camp spot. When we got home there was a note from Bev and Roger telling us their site ...
... We drank more and had fun, then it was time to move on. The next place would not take our group because we were running late, so we went to a nearby place and got some food and some more drinks. It was a good time, i drank lots. The tour was supposed to finish around 5.30pm. At 6.30pm i walked to the santa fe deport. I caught the tram back to the stop near the hostel and walked back.
Back at the hostel i used ...
... having some kind of episode. Try to deflate it as quickly as possible and move on. I am learning this but have yet to follow my own suggestion...I leave that to Adam.
3 - Travel with a professional masseuse. (If not possible train all the kids in the art of massage and threaten lack of ice cream/coke/candy if they do not rub you down!)
4 - Food is VERY important. Carry snacks at all times and drinks and try to know where dinner will ...