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- Non-smoking rooms
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... were just terrible. I had horrible muscle cramping pain and shaking. We continued on to try to make it to the first stop but I got slower and slower. Finally Martinna arrived with the van and I was done after 14 miles. I shuttled to the first rest stop where I drank some 7up. Ava diagnosed that I was suffering from dehydration due to the altitude changes. They had warned us to stay hydrated since it is hard to tell how much fluid you lose. I rode in ...
... to have that happen. We ended our ride at 22 miles and only 1260 ft of elevation gain. We left our hotel at 3140 ft elevation and ended the day sea level. We shuttled the rest of the way to our new hotel which Jakub promised was next to the sea. The hotel was an amazing facility sitting just off the beach making it feel very private. Our hotel guide took us on a tour if the facility ...
... rock formations are very breath taking. We also discovered that these islands are the training rides for many of the professional cyclists. We saw several sets of pro cyclists headed up and down the big climbs. Martin looked and saw team sky, Tinkof Saxo, Movistar and Garmin Sharp were several of the riders we passed. Martin really enjoys the down hills so staying together was a bit difficult. Backroads provides turn by turn sheets but I did not ...
We slept in and ate breakfast buffet on the 23rd floor restaurant. We headed down to the beach to check on where we have to meet the group tomorrow. The beach is full of vacationing families and many people taking surfing lessons. We walked up and down enjoying an outdoor lunch ...
... the first six years of my life "deep in the heart of Texas" as the song goes, born a stone’s throw from Texas A&M and still a secret Aggies sympathizer.]
So the little improbable idea that grew so tenaciously is now a dizzying reality. I will sail back across the ocean. The wind and water will bring me the slow way home.
Scott, our inspiring Texan captain and the owner of the boat, had set out a couple of weeks ago ...