Comfort Inn Rio Rancho
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To quote an old song, "My bags are packed and I'm ready to go."
Well to be completely truthful, my bags are only pretty much packed and I don't know if I am ready to go. On all my other trips, in the not so distant past, being ready to go was never a problem. If anything was forgotten or over looked it was easy to remember that there is a Walmart on every corner of every city between where I am and where ...
... need surely can be found in Cairns. So, yes, I am ready.
So what am I worried about?
Snorkeling would be fun and I did it in Hawaii. so what is there to worry about? --- I understand they ring a bell if a Great White Shark is spotted. So why worry?
Relaxing on the beach is always nice. So what is there to worry about? I understand they have Salt Water Crocodiles who like to hunt on the tourist beaches. Why won't anyone tell ...
... and thought they were absolutely crazy! When they reached the top, they said as much about themselves.
The trail continued on--level now--stretching past large rock formations and old trees, both dead and alive. Some of the rock formations looked like mushrooms. It was weird to think that it was all natural. Some looked as if they had just been brought in and deposited there. We followed the rock cairns around the rock formations for ...
... a few miles until we could get onto Central Avenue, Route 66. One of the first attractions is the giant lumberjack atop the May Cafe. It was a 'rescue' from Duke City Lumber. Further along was the Aztec Motel; it is now resting in motel heaven. The campus of the University of New Mexico is situated on Central Avenue on the north ...
... fee was ok but the rest of the day was way better. In an nutshell visited the ancient cliff dwellings of the anizazi people. Went fishing. Attempted to climb a rock wall and ended the day in a hot springs on the side of a mountain. Where I met a group of travelers from Austin who gave me a beer. After the hot springs we all went to a bar and somehow an extra alien ale brewed in new Mexico ended up on the table so I got my first drink at a restaurant to!
My first couchsurfing ...