Thor Town Hostel
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... a beach along the California coast on their way home.
On Friday afternoon we received a call from a representative
of Rocket Transportation to confirm our pick-up time on Sunday as 6:45 am for
an 11 PM arrival in Seattle. The
representative also advised that all of our fellow riders (all 10 of us) will
be going to Pier 91. Impressive, now that’s service, and we will ride ...
... of a house on the shore line (all homes are built on the shore line like you see in the movies and on TV).
Continued along West Coast Road lots of different fir trees on both sides of the highway and very mountainous.
Next stop was French Beach took some photos and the view is very much the same as Alaska. Sat for a while to soak up the view and have a rest. You can see Richard surfing on a ...
My first blog post for my upcoming Europe/UK trip. So excited about this. I will try my best to keep this updated while I am away.
I booked my flight and Oktoberfest tour!! I am freaking out and can't concentrate, my mind keeps racing with all the information I am finding and all the things that I have yet to book or prepare. Not very helpful since right now is a busy time at work, I keep getting distracted. My flight is a one ...
... truly, uncompromisingly spectacular. How do you adequately, accurately describe nature at its most majestic, powerful and inspiring?
I had really enjoyed being able to spend time with mum and dad without having them feel rushed or obligated to do things they weren’t ready, able or comfortable doing. They move at a different pace nowadays, so it was nice to be able to get up, go for breakfast whenever we felt like it and have them show up when they ...
... Mexican meal on the North American continent, and yet again made it pretty obvious that I was not from there and had no idea what I was doing. I asked the waitress for a 'moji tea', forgetting that in Spanish j's are actually pronounced as h's, and the woman just glared at me. Judgement most certainly ensued. I think I ordered a burrito, and ...