Super 8 Motel - Watseka
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... and then sat back to watch. Great crowd at the library…a lot of kids who were keen on simultaneously helping and trying to one-up J.P. through the whole show, so they kept him on his toes. Another good sign: the adults, including the librarian and Sara, were all laughing through the program too. This is a town that likes to laugh! After the library show, J.P. took some photos with a few kids ...
... camping was not a waste of time we found about
10 flamingos browsing through the tidal flats and as always they made
Again it was through the small
villages and the total chaos, of course was Friday and one village
looked like it also had a major market today, and for the next 10 km or
so, we passed people walking, cycling, riding donkeys, in horse and
carts, and finally we passed a pickup that was delivering a load ...
... However, I was not allowed to board. Though next flight to Newark left in an hour, I would miss my connection to Frankfurt. Since I do not have a place to stay in Newark/New York area (mmm...sort of), I decided to stay in Chicago for another day. The delay, of course, influenced a lot of my plan. I also needed to re-schedule my flights between Frankfurt and Johannesbutg with Emirates. Since ...
... Rio State's Emerald Coast 4. Cuzco, Peru (including nearby Sacred Valley, Inca Trail, and yes, Machu Picchu): To be exact, Peru is also my favorite country in the world and I definitely think this region should be the first choice for anybody who plan a visit to South America for the first time (yes, Peru is the first South American country I visited). Compared to Antigua in ...
... Lake Atitlan Other pictures of Guatemala 9. Krakow, Poland: Out of all these newly megapopular former Eastern Bloc cities, this is the only one making it to my Top 10 (Okay, there is another "half" of Eastern Bloc city making it to my Top 10). In many ways, Krakow is just more understated and charming then Budapest and Prague. It has one of the largest and most lively central squares in Eastern Europe (in which ...