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When people hear about my adventures they often ask the same question of how I afford it. Those same people are usually pretty baffled to learn that, no, I am not rich and, yes, saving enough money for an awesome trip isn't actually all that difficult. You'd be very surprised the little things you can pass up on over a one year span that would result in a small savings you can travel with. Maybe not three weeks in Paris but certainly ten days ...
For most of the last hour of the drive, there are billboards and advertisements. It really started grating on me after awhile. When I pictured the Outer Banks it was similar to Fire Island. Mostly beaches and residential, very little commercials. Mostly walking with minimal, essential driving. Man oh man was i wrong. The main through way I had seen via Google maps I had imagined to be a large two lane road - not two ...
... I go to the other side of Jockey's Ridge. I don't enjoy it as much. I am still reeling from last night. I drive to Nag's Head Woods and egg out at the visitor center. There are a few trails but I cannot motivate myself to do any. I head to the Wright Monument. Again, I cannot must the energy or desire to walk up the hill (sand dune) to the top were the monument it. I drive around the base and ...
... I need to get an audio book. I had it on my google drive for the ride down, but realized when I tried to listen to it that I need the internet to access my g-drive. Duh. Download that, as I blog. Plan for tomorrow. Check when Nag's Head Wood Nature Conservatory opens. Then Dunkin Donuts and piers. The piers were not something I had planned to see. However, I love few things more than piers on winter nights with DD's hot chocolate. Time for Abba, time with ...
... to grow everywhere and over everything.
We had booked a ferry crossing to the Outer Banks – as the name implies this is a series of islands/spits of land off the East coast of the mainland. At this time of year it's all quite desolate but in the Season it offers beautiful beaches and family fun. For us, seeing it in spring was perfect – peaceful and a comfortable isolation. A couple of little bits of unexpected excitement came when we rang ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking