Travelodge San Marcos
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I leave on May 29, 2013. So far I have packed an empty traveler's messenger bag and a bathing suit. I have no idea which clothes to pack at this point and everytime I start to put something in my luggage, I end up putting it back in my closet a day later. As a psychology major, I find this fascinating.
I finally got Marcus to set up his new webcam so that ...
... to make reference to my first lone trip 5 years ago this very day, thanks to all the wonderful people that I've met and experiences shared. Here's to the future, new friends and new challenges
It's hugely expensive to travel right now with thanksgiving approaching this Thursday so I am staying in Austin a few days more. On Friday I plan to get a flight out somewhere, so I will think about that tomorrow in a bit more ...
... have one less thing to worry about and be able to move about and think more smoothly. This has been a glorious transition my least favorite part of traveling is goodbyes. To think i only have a day with someone and then poof.. There gone is really not enough time to make **** happen. My brains so conditioned I actually feel like grey hound buss are the travel community hub... A social extravaganza. And in sure it is but it's also a bunch ...
Whoa! Where did time go by? Geez! Is it June already??? It's like a wink dat has been fast forwarded to today... Wish I cudda click onto 'Pause' button, eh! I am countin' down 17 days left before I get aboard on a plane to Ghana! 'Lil more than 2 weeks from now but I gotta get my ball (actually my booty) rollin' NOW! Thought I'd begin writin' my blog a bit before my volunteer travelin' begins.
... stalls lining the bridge before the 108+ degree heat encouraged us to head indoors. We tried Iron Works, a true Texas bbq joint down the street. After a cold Lone Star and some tasty beef, we made it back in time to see the colony emerge from under the bridge and out to feed. Counterman insisted before we went out for the night I must try a Blue Wave at a bar named Cheers. Apparently I was the only person in the group, nay in the bar, who didn't know what was coming. Dave ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking