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Travel Blogs from Sanibel Island
... of his chocolate purchase followed by a text of, and I quote: "Omg sweet Cadbury heaven!" Yeah! Eat your words Dan! American chocolate is a joke.
I started looking up train tickets to get myself from England to Scotland. Totally frustrating when I cannot figure out what I should do. I fly into Manchester airport and I can either go to my cousin's in Burnley, which is very close. Or go to Sheffield to my ...
... Chrysalis 1 sleeping bag (temperature rating of 45' F)
-Thermarest Xlite Sleeping Pad
-Platypus 3 liter bladder
-Backpack Rain Cover
-Marmot Precip Rain Jacket
-Columbia OmniFreeze shirt
-Northface Hedgehog GTX shoes (aka fully ...
Is bike riding at night. OMG I love it! It's been hot and humid down here so bike riding during the day is exhausting and pretty darn miserable. But at night--the air is cooler, there are so many delicious smells from the night blooming plants and trees, the crickets are chirping and the moon glistens in the sky. I feel like I'm being transported into a place of pure joy. I got so mesmerized the other night I almost missed my turn. There are a few ...
... trash cans next to the toilet. We encountered this even in very nice restaurants and four star hotels, apparently the plumbing and sewer infrastructures are not equipped to handle that.
Tip for Machu Picchu: the only restroom facilities are located outside the site, and they are pay toilets as well. Same with concessions -- there will be none inside the site, so pack a bottle of water and a snack. Machu ...
... good cause.
During our final week in Florida (for now) we've crammed in another dinner with the lovely Bill and Joan (Barbara's ex pat friends from Liverpool) who've treated us to more than 1 or 2 brunches...and got to see Sandy (who lives upstairs) and her family again (Paula, Doug and Jackson) who've been so hospitable (especially Sandy who's had Barbara to stay so we can all stay at Barbara's) and shown us their homestead (4 dogs, 3 cats, a horse, ...