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... in a couple different pools and slowly got our stuff together for our big road trip tomorrow. We plan to be up and out pretty early for the 7 hour drive to Sedona. I am excited about the next leg of our trip, but not looking forward to the heat. We really have been lucky this past week and half with the weather, only having one hot ...
... thin with goat cheese filling and a chunk of honeycomb to spread on it. My mouth may or may not be watering now as I think about it.
Thursday night I cooked my favourite meal from home: Burmese Chicken and Spinach Curry, which the family really liked, but unfortunately Olivia's palate remains unchanged with its feelings towards spinach.
After Friday I can officially say I've been to a taping of a show in LA! Baby Daddy is very funny, and ...
... of the hotel was perfect for all our adventures on this leg of the trip. To our delight, all of our luggage was present when we returned to our cabin. After almost two weeks of suitcase living, we were thrilled to unpack and settle in for the next fifteen days. Now if we can just remember where we put everything.
We joined five others for dinner and then took in the opening night show before retiring to our home away from home, happy that we had no more waiting to do ...
... re spoilt in Australia, and Adelaide especially, but the enclosures were too small, the facilities were dated, and some of the animals just looked sad. On the up side, there was a baby giraffe, turtles having sex, and a whole bunch of giant tortoises.
After a few hours (not nearly as many as we were expecting to spend), we’d successfully managed to see all of the animals and figured it ...
San Diego is the nearest point to Tijuana, Mexico. It is in the list of 10 safest cities in the US, and one of the wealthiest cities in the country.
I flew on United Airlines to San Diego (it's been quite a while since my last flight on a United), and realized that the airline does not serve any food for short haul flights anymore. But if you like, you can purchase the food at $10 from Au bon Pain with a choice between a chef's salad ...