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... to the island. It isn't far to row so off he goes. The weather turned sour and his small row boat capsized and into the ice cold water he went. It was some time before he was rescued and as a result he amputated two of his own toes. Further down the track, he decided he wanted to be buried on the rock island. He built a timber vault, rowing the timber out to the island. Again, after he completed the the vault, he was on the water and the weather went sour. Over the boat goes ...
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... up for this part of the trip there was supposed to be sleepers for the overnight legs- well there are but they cost $400! There was supposed to be fresh air viewing decks at the back of the train but they didn't happen either, so you have to live in air conditioning (which I hate) for 20 hours at a time. They say there'll be "Smoke Breaks"- they happen at 3am- I could go on and on about their crimes, they are legion.The truth is that American trains are the chosen ...
... in a rush. I felt sad and anxious. It was hard to say good bye to our friends for the past six months. At the airport we were laughing so hard to just stop from crying.
Since being back it was hard in the beginning for me. For Andrew, he said it was easy. He said that he wanted to stay in America for a long time and has no interest in going abroad. Of course a couple months ago I think he remembered his travel bug and started ...
... with many other places, he lived in a tipi. He had 3 tipi's in his backyard set up and were big enough to sleep 12 people max. Sometimes he would go out and sleep in one from time to time just so he could remember what life was like in the old days. One day Chas needed to take one of the tipi's down and bring it to work with him. He taught me the proper way to take down a tipi and how to care for the poles; never thought I would learn anything like that in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking