BEST WESTERN PLUS Navigator Inn & Suites
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On February 15, 2015 we tied the knot. It was incredibly heartwarming to be surrounded by so many family and friends, and we were swept off our feet by the number of people who traveled so far to support us as we publicly declared our dedication to each other.
One of the most overwhelming displays of generosity was the way our friends and family pitched in to help us with our honeymoon. It was absolutely ...
... our guide collected them to take them to the hotel so we could speed up the booking in process and get our room keys early which was good but instead of getting our passports back we were told they were sent back to the ship as the Chinese Officials wanted us back on the ship by 4pm which was not at all possible. We did not return to the ship until 6pm, this made a lot of us feel uneasy as we were trusting that ...
... maybe it's the weather but it seems a lot less laid back here than in Vancouver with an angry vibe. There are beggars on every corner and some of them are quite quite aggressive. We've witnessed two angry yelling insult throwing and threatening fights and we've only been out on the streets a few hours!
... from their circumstances. It sounds familiar. We had a final meal at a mountaintop bar/restaurant and said goodbye to our friends and each other. What a trip it had been, we made plans to meet again. We left the next day on separate planes; I stayed away from the Halcyon. I flew back to NYC, took a bus back to Vermont. Wow, what a trip it had been. I was hooked forever on international travel. I felt empowered, I had conceived and idea myself and with good planning and instincts had made it ...
... with the weather as it started closing in while we were up at the summit and then it became completely obscured, so we drove back down and had a foggy picnic at 7,000 feet. We did see the exotic silverswords - cactus like plants that only grow on the volcano. They were just exquisite.
Not surprisingly it was raining in Seattle. Listening to the weather forecast in the ...