Motel 6 Vancouver
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... the documents needed to secure my visa. my best friend happened to get a job at the same school in the same town! After researching the town I learned that it is the absolutely, no doubts about it, 100% perfect city for me and the life I imagine living abroad, and I must admit the idea of exploring South Korea and the world with Logan by my side makes it even more exciting (and a little bit less scary!). If all my documents are accepted I am set ...
Hi everyone. You are invited to virtually join us on our Sights, Spices, and Spiritual journey to India. We've been wanting to make this journey for many years now. We are excited to visit many of the sights discussed by our meditation and yoga teachers. From talking to friends that have travelled and lived in India, the common message has been that India is full ...
... and we were proud to counted among them!!
Completely pleased with our Portland beer outing (Portland has 42+ microbreweries within the city limits!), we returned to the campsite at Champoeg for a long bike ride to the historic Butteville Store, a delicious dinner with Pitres, the morning pack-up and hitting the I-5 for home. After a long drive, en convoy with Dave & Ellen (they swear they will ...
... stopping at various viewpoints along the way. Each one provoked a stunned reaction from us all, Liam, Ciaran and Orla had studied the volcano for geography GCSE but this really brought their case studies to life. At the visitor centre we watched a film which showed how life is returning to the area, We certainly saw much evidence of this, wild flowers were carpeting the ground, trees were growing back, and we saw elk, chipmunks and lots of birds ...
... 360 views of Portland... Tonight's sleeping arrangement... hmmm... Sprinkler park? haha... Perhaps I'll find another nook and cranny on my walking tour today.
Before I leave, I'd like to thank Hostelling International and its North West Portland International Hostel and Guest House branch for providing me with this internet time... It costs money. But they made it surprisingly easy to bypass the "Must Pay to Use Internet Software".
Ciao for now..