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... counts and I am grateful that I have the time to take in finding it.
Finally, I'm grateful to all my friends who helped make this trip possible, kept it quiet on facebook and that we made it back without any major catastrophes. The issues along the way were not insurmountable and I exercised some flexibility in my thinking I didn't know I had in me.
Anything is possible!
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... and piecing’s, wacky shops and art gallery’s, café culture, lots of live music and stage shows and all kinds of people in one place to create a true melting pot. Everyone seems very nice, they hold doors open for one another, the service is great and people take time to talk to you and one another. After being around the world on our travels Canada take the prize so far for the service industry, it really is service with a smile, Canadian style!
This morning, I ...
... the bridge. It was a really spectacular view looking through the arches onto the river and having the sun setting in the background. We walked down the grassy hills to the river front and just watched the world go by for a bit. It was the perfect way to end our short weekend in Portland.
We absolutely loved this place. The weather, atmosphere and people just made us fall in love with Portland and we hope the guys come out to Oz soon so we can return the favour.
... I would ever visit Southeast Asia, but since India wouldn't let me in, I decided on a country that was just as far but with more lax visa requirements for Americans. Stay tuned as my pet squid, Octo (he's stuffed people!) and I take on my farthest destination yet-Thailand!!! We fly out on Sunday...wish us ...
... the underlying purpose of this conference - to share ideas of how to live life to the fullest, reach a work / life balance and avoid conforming to societal norms. What does this means, well I guess that’s a personal question you must ask yourself and I’m sure the some 3,000 people who attended asked and kept asking themselves that question over and over during that weekend.
I can say for sure that the conference motivated Amanda, myself ...