Desert Sun Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Also, Beth slipped and fell a ways down the canyon. I am so thankful I didn’t know any of this yesterday; otherwise I’m sure I would have been certain I was going to die.
We finished exploring the small, pretty canyon and met up with Matt again. It was time to go to the buffet. I had a fantastic pasta salad, a fruit salad, some iffy lamb stroganoff, rice, and some incredible desserts including passion fruit tart and a chocolaty bar of some ...
... throw line before getting cocky and doing it backwards and throw it over my head. I couldn't believe it when I managed it first time, Jack missed it and didn't believe us so I somehow managed to do it again - if only I recorded the video, both times it didn't hit the rim or anything. Mike then took us to this diner where you ordered your meals outside and they brought it to you on rollerskates - I ended up having a caramel sundae. We then chilled out at ...
... framed against a perfect blue sky with the sun just starting to get warm and golden. It's a lovely way to spend 40 minutes and Jonsi and his band pull out a fantastic performance, despite being stripped of the spectacular production that accompanies their headline shows. It's just them and their music and these new, yet already familiar, songs sound energised and powerful. 'Boy Lilikoi', 'Around Us' and 'Grow Till Tall' in particular, are immense.
John disappears backstage and I ...
-It's about 4:30 AM. Martin Schatz and I are buzzing off of a potent brew of coffee his grandma made us. We have began our hike an hour and a half ago and have been charging up a mountainside in the dark to what would turn out to be the beginning of a 22 mile hike. The trail is known as the Cactus to Clouds which is claimed to be in the top five hardest day hikes in the lower 48 states. It connects the desert floor which is 200 feet above sea level with ...
... It was extremely hot and humid, even though there was some shade and an occasional puff of breeze. We had hats and water, but I was just about ehausted and feeling feint as we struggled back to the car. Both of us really felt the effect of the heat to the pits of our stomachs as we sat recovering in the very hot car. The air-conditioning could not really cope, only dropping the temperature a bit. I didn't think I could walk around the Air ...