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... able to sit down and complete my blog today.
The total trip mileage was around 5500 miles, the parks I visited:
Yosemite; Death Valley; Lake Mead/Hoover Dam; Grand Canyon; Zion; Bryce: Capital Reef; Grand Tetons; Yellowstone. The only one I didn't get to is Crater Lake but since it's in Oregon, I can fit that in soon.
I got to visit my friend Sue who lives in Prescott, AZ and spend a week there before ...
... people too. We’ve just rolled up in Seattle on Saturday night, and there is an American Football game playing in their central stadium, so we caught a brief glimpse of that as our bus headed down the highway next to the stadium, leaving the archetypal Seattle city skyscraper skyline slowly dissolving into the distance. We had been promised a food stop, but that didn’t materialise, so we’ll have to just eat the driver now we are back on the meat if he doesn’t put ...
... a list of the new places I've been, I want to share my general reflections on the last five months and a few of the things I've learned.
The first time I went to Europe and got a taste of the European lifestyle, I was blown away and came back a little down on the way we do things here. My experience this time was a little different, as living in a place is much different than passing through.
Sevilla takes the relaxed, slow-paced European lifestyle to ...
... we would have loved to buy, we used our willpower to leave empty handed.
After shopping, we zigzagged back a couple miles to rest at Tanner Springs Park. It was recommended to me by Kraib as a “boutique” park worth checking out. I am really glad we did. The construction across the street had stopped for the day, and there were few people in the small park when we arrived, quickly claiming a park bench near a small ...
... a pleasure to discover. It also takes quite a long time to drive through, so there's that.
Everyone should travel. EVERYONE. At some point. Especially if you haven't travelled before. If you have, do it again. If you don't have time, make time. Go anywhere. Go to Greece, go to the Poconos, go to the Caribbean, go to your grandparents' Florida home. Just go somewhere. Traveling can truly be an eye-opening experience. Not only can you learn all sorts of ...