Los Campos RV Resort
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... and I not wanting steak and actually not even wanting dinner after the massive lunch) before running him his own special bath as an apology for getting his covered in waste (her covering was much more epic than mine!). We watched Fresh Prince and Modern Family and then I was off to bed, ready for our early start the next day.
Santa Fe is a very pretty place, but I am quite happy to be moving on tomorrow to somewhere hotter, with hopefully better accommodation! To ...
... bought a wicked slurpie), and learnt more about the supposed UFO landing that occured in a nearby farm many years ago.
We hit the road again while debating whether we really wanted to camp in our tents, or whether staying the night in a cabin would make for a better night. Unfortunately to mine and Harriet's disgust it was voted that we stay in our lovely, smelly tents. We set up our tents in the sunset, which meant that hopefully the wind would dry them ...
... outside of the main
downtown area stood the state capitol building which was impressive. We called into the local visitor centre to
browse the leaflets and see what local attractions there were. Found a nice Mexican restaurant which served
traditional Mexican burritos, but I played it safe and ordered a nice Mexican burger
which was pretty hot with a ...
... my feet submerged in some bubbling blue hot water while a women removed nail varnish off the other one. I hope to god they're not as ticklish as I remember. ...there were a few moments where I lost flinched and Vicki tried to distract me but it was good and I love my blue glittery nail ...
... out in high numbers, and we did our best to navigate the sea of hot, sweaty, out-of-towners. But by 4 we were spent and eager to head back to Albuquerque, away from the sun, fake pottery and over priced wind sculptures. (On a side note, there was also an incredible overpriced piece of sandstone, about the size of an I-pad that the gracious owner wanted $1500 for - Mark and I were appropriately incredulous).