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... to Chiang Mai, Thailand for 3 days nestled in the foothills of the mountains with elaborate temples and a moat surrounding the old town. Especially excited to spend a day at an elephant conservation camp outside of town. From there we visit the infamous White Temple in Chiang Rai and the Golden Triangle at the confluence of the mighty Mekong and Ruak rivers ...
... nothing amazing there so didn't stay longer than half hour. We drove down to the pier again and went for a walk then the plan was to sit and chill on the beach but it wasn't too warm. Dan went for a quick swim while I had my candy crush fix but we headed off after that.
We thought this would be a great time to sort out our mountains of clothes and get our bags in order as we only have a couple of weeks left with the car, then we cannot rely on ...
... their company, but then Jenny’s grandfather died, so I returned to Gainesville for a few days to help her with the funeral and just to be there to support her and her family. It was a very sad occasion, but I was grateful to have time with Jenny, Craig, Julia, and Kinsley, and Jenny’s sister, Cat, her daughter Isla, and Jenny’s father, Fred; all of whom I love very much.
When I returned to Punta Gorda, the anxiety ...
... all meals, and all the neighbours walk by to and
from their houses and boats, and they usually say Hi.
We are in a one bedroom unit worth maybe around NZ600k (according
to neighbours) but we look across the canal to the $3.5 to 5 million dollar properties
with their huge boats alongside, spoiling their view. And they have to look at
us, in ...
... researching will have paid off this time around. Looking for the right walking shoe that doesn't resemble something you would find in a nursing home has become almost a full time preoccupation. Who knew there were so many options. I finally settled on a couple of options that didn't make my daughter laugh. Now I am ready to put them to the test.
So now I am off to pack, re-pack, and maybe pack again. Only 12 more days...