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The Way It Is
There’s a thread you follow. It goes among
things that change. But it doesn’t change.
People wonder about what you are pursuing.
You have to explain about the thread.
But it is hard ...
We got off at Pier 39 jumped into a couple of cabs and then met down at the diner where we had a very quiet dinner and then off to our rooms to pack and rest up as tomorrow is big travelling day. I had just spent the last week in the desert and had not got sunburnt, one arvo at the footy and my nose is burnt and my arm has a tan line where the wrist band for the tail gate was.
Until next time, have fun because you know I will be.
... night away - Climbing an active snow capped volcano in Pucon, Chile - Learning what a Tequila Suicide is from an Australian surfer - Ferrying through Patagonian Fjords - Hitchhiking in Argentina - Seeing the World's largest glacier - Perito Moreno - Trekking Fitz Roy mountain range - Singlehandedly negotiating money exchange on the black market in Argentina - Getting a haircut in Spanglish - Going on Safari in Kruger ...
... is a chilled, laid back sort of place - lovely people, very arty and alternative. But cold!!! by the time we headed home after our awesome clam chowder in Fishermans Wharfe, we were all shivering! We're so glad we did the e-bike tour, because we really felt that in 1 day we really got to know the essence of the place. Definately a place we will come back to one day and get to know more ...
Cool start so we took our coats. Took the hop on bus over the Golden Gate Bridge covered in fog of course. Then back downtown to Union Square for lunch. Queued for an hour to get the tram to top of Lombard but it headed down Mason to Bay St. So we walked to the Fishermans Wharf and browse the shops, purchased a new cost for Linnie and new T shirts for me. Then queued again ...