Courtyard by Marriott - Norwalk, CT
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Tonight is the final push to get everything ready. In spite of always vowing to do better and pack earlier in the process, I almost never do. This trip was no exception. But I think I have everything. Except maybe enough sunblock. I was under the impression that Zambia was not so hot. Apparently it's 38h-28l c. ...
Arrived in Boston on time at about 2.20 pm. The whole train trip was comfortable with a pleasant atmosphere not like the train from Newcastle to Sydney with a mixed bag of passengers some not that all well behaved. The train hugged the coast line moving inland at times. Passed any number of towns but not anything that seemed to resemble a farm, only saw two cows and no crops in the entire trip. Landscape was relatively flat and varied between urban and rural type development ...
... and the like, mostly simple - I just tick a bunch of boxes and then I'm in the safe hands of the infallible American legal/health/sandwich system.
After signing all of this I was given my "visa orientation" which consisted of some very important information regarding my visa, followed by a (possibly intentionally) hilarious run-down of different customs in USA and NY. My favo(u)rite being the "big personal bubble" that people enjoy ...
... lot of the items I had already purchased for my Kenya trip. I guess if you travel enough, you just get a bunch of the stuff that you regularly need. My "overnight kit" now contains enough stuff that I can pretty much go anywhere on a moment's notice and pretty much have enough to survive.
I hope the gap narrows quickly and the have nots turn into haves!
... of tourists who can visit the site each day. Once those permits run out it's difficult/impossible to get an exception.
And therein began my problem.
By the time I got organized enough to inquire about joining my friends on their trip, the permits were sold out for July 2nd. They were available on the 1st and the 3rd but not the second. Dammit! But no fear, you can write a letter to the Minister for Cusco who can grant an especial ...