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... 8217;s the perfect car for an American road trip.
They also filled us up with a delicious meal before we hit the road.
We left Westport just after 5 for the (relatively) short
drive to Hershey, PA, where we stayed with James’ cousin Allen, his wife
Tiffany, and their two daughters, Madeline and Abigail, who were nice enough to
take us in even though they were just getting back from ...
Watched the tennis til it was time to go at 11am. Hope Federer wins. Train to Newark Airport to pick up our hire car, then drive on the I95 to Branford. The trip involved subway to Penn Station, New Jersey Rail Road to Newark Airport Station, then air train to P3 where the hire cars are. All pretty smooth and painless getting the car. No set agenda for the next few days - just 4 days to drive about 8 hours up to Ontario. First driving in mainland US. Since we made a wrong turn before ...
... stayed at Chinese Buffet Parking Lot.
June 29 departed Chambersburg, PA at 8:15am and arrived at RIVERDALE, CT at 6:30pm 326 miles = Slept at Riverdale Farm Campsite
June 30 departed Riverdale, CT at 8am and arrived in Fall River, MA at 11am 127 miles.
No major problems except for the truck giving us a hard start in Chambersburg, PA. Later we found that it needed a new fuel injector control module. We got caught in rain a ...
The day after Volcan Calbuco erupted 26 miles North-West of where I was camping, we woke up to a haze of volcanic ash in the air and walked back down the valley to the hut at the entrance of the National Park to drink mate (pronounced mat-aye) with the men who live there while we waited for our lift. We were there for hours listening to the men's commentary on the volcano, and updates on where the ash was falling and which roads were closed.
My 'travel goal' in Chile was to see a fjord (a valley originally carved by a glacier that, as the ice age finished and sea level rose, has been filled up with seawater) and Fjord Reloncavi is the most northerly in Chile, so I headed for that one as it gets colder further south and winter is coming, which would be fine but I don't have any space in my bag to put extra warm. I stayed at the most beautiful hostel. It was a ...