Courtyard Coral Springs
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... at the Southernmost point of the US in Key West yesterday, in tropical conditions just 70 miles from the Bahamas, that border crossing from Canada didn’t just feel a different country, it felt like a different planet.
Looking back at our three months in America gets even more dizzying when we think about the things we’ve done. Did we really spend two days crossing the desert on a greyhound with a bunch of criminals and then drive ...
... it was extremely busy...... Reminded us of the Gold Coast with St Kilda Melbourne atmosphere and people from L.A walking around.....and cars cursing the beat......cyclists, skate boarders, dog walkers you name it had it......a buzzing bustling atmosphere people everywhere, scantily clad, ..................eye candy everywhere, both men and women. Stopped and took a photo outside Carlyle Cafe were the ...
Ordered a new REI rolling duffle yesterday. Will it really fit my walking poles? Will I be able to travel 2.5 months in the bag? Will I be able to lug it up B and B stairs which inevitably will present themselves after long days? Just when I am trying to get smaller and smaller gear I have ...
... lived in Gymea Bay and are called Norma & Les!
(Coincidence – our closest friend in OZ are Norma & Les Dobell and they lived in Gymea Bay before they moved North to the Sunshine State.
To top-off the coincidences … Les worked for Qantas!! …… it really is becoming an even smaller world.)
So we had an interesting night where the stories and conversation around the table never stopped.
This tour dispelled some of the preconceived ideas of what Turkey was like. I have traveled hundreds of miles around Turkey and seen contrasting scenery, from the mountains to the beaches of the Mediterranean Sea, big cities of twenty million people and tiny villages of a few hundred, and ruins from thousands of years ago. Although I spent most of my time in the Asian part of Turkey, it has the feel of an ...