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... speakers in some of Maimi was very difficult. As a country as a whole, we noticed the difference from town to town, city to city. For example, the city folk in NYC are totally different to those in L.A. As are those in outback Texas, to the country bumpkins in Nashville. A few miles can feel like a different country, let alone just a different state. Overall the favourite state was California. It had it all: the weather, beaches, inland beauty, outdoor adventure and ...
What an exciting, read confusing, trip that was! Between the Miami traffic and the road construction, it took us about an hour and a half to travel the twenty five miles. Sheesh! It was nothing like driving to East Helena, for sure. It was great to be re-united with them. It's been since last September since we were together.
Lynn, Lisa and Rich worked at picking a few winners, while I ...
... on a back road, and had no sign of accommodation or even a town centre. Seemed like we were almost out the other side before we found something like a strip, with some motels, so managed a U-turn on the highway, and checked in to a pretty ordinary Travelodge (US$69), where we got a ground floor room, and a pretty detached attitude from the staff.
We are really tired, and not looking forward to heading out again to find civilisation in the dark, when we have ...
... drinks if not of legal age. Being a Mexican restaurant, we had margaritas, of course! Throughout the course of the meal, “Rita,” the “proprietor” of the restaurant, had people up singing, dancing, etc. They had dance contests, etc. Brittany was chosen to be one of the dancing contestants! She got to wear a HUGE pink sombrero. Of course, when she found out she had to dance solo in front of everyone, she was MORTIFIED! Being ...
... the van started making noises and losing power up the hills. The driver kept reving the engine to make it go but it was just creating smoke. The van crawled along for a bit few more miles, whilst Tris and I prayed that we would not get hit up the rear by another car (we were on a fast moving four lane freeway). Then the transmission finally blew up, the cabin filled with smoke, and the driver pull into a island in the middle of the freeway. It was very scary. We ...