Anchorage Guest House
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My Girlfriend and I recently visited Anchorage, Alaska to attend her friend Lindy's wedding. We arrived in Anchorage around 1:30AM and were greeted by Gen, Lindy's maid of honor. She drove us to Lindy's parents' house, where we stayed the night. The next morning, I met Lindy, Kyle her fiancÚ, and Lindy's parents; after breakfast, a group of us went to the wildlife conservation center, having never been to Alaska, I was captivated by ...
... festival music sounded throughout the small town. I couldn’t help but wonder how on earth they survived WINTER and months of little sunlight! A few persons told us they worked like crazy through tourist season and subsisted the rest of the year or got the heck outa town.
(E) We took an hour-long tour of the town, during which the young driver, a delightful Anchorage resident who is studying in Hawaii, told us endless stories ...
... dollars, that would cost $120 back home. Hey, sometimes even I get some good luck. Wanted to pack in a few, but Lyn would only let me get 1 pair :(
We flew back to Vancouver, and picked up the hire car. Bit of a hassle there. Then off to a hotel, close to the airport. Woke this morning & drove through Vancouver & up to Whistler. along the way we called into a lovely little village & coffee shop for a really good coffee & shared a plate of ...
I'm leaving Anchorage in three hours to head out on a crazy adventure. At this point I'm feeling pretty anxious but also extremely excited! I will be hanging out in LA for a few days for my good friends wedding and then I'm off to Vienna with Cortney! For the next three months I will be traveling around Europe and Southern Africa. Wish me ...
... requested on the Global Grant will come to this site. See photos posted.
Well, this is the end of my journey in Guayaquil. It was a great adventure and I strongly believe we can do so much to help this amazing Father and his kids.
I will make one more posting in a couple of days to summarize the whole project. I strongly believe on this project, and I would appreciate it if you promote it and share it with others. Thank you, Carlos.