Desert Sun Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a less serious note, Spotify isn’t accessible here (even with internet connection).
I feel so ridiculous, sitting in this tent, crying and wishing I could play guitar and be home with everyone I love when this was my “trip of a lifetime”. Hopefully some more reading and a good night’s rest will be the remedy.
What I’ve learned today: I’m not Africa tough, and, honestly, I don’t care to ...
... people on the road. We almost always travel alone but the Alaska trip was with longtiime friends (and co-workers). What a treat. Sadly, as in any year, we lost way to many friends. It brings great sadness in what was otherwise a special year.
And now, since we always get questions like, OK how much does it cost? 2011 was considerely more expensive because of the Alaska trip. Stuff up there and in Canada is very expensive. ...
... more sand, trust me this is a
drive where its perfectly acceptable for the passengers to sleep
without missing a single thing. Shouts out to our wonderful driver Luke who managed to hike out the Grand Canyon then drive six hours straight! (Luke claims that he trained for this drive all summer during his many hauls ...
... to Australia for me and my motorcycle and I'm into this "expedition" for $10,000, and that's just to get to Australia. Never mind the costs of being in Australia for 4 to 6 months touring.
Am I nuts? I don't know anymore.
The money has always come in to pay off my debts in the past. Is this the final test? On the verge of bankruptcy and still planning another expensive trip. Maybe my Dream girl is in Australia?
To be continued...
... the park. Its 558,000 acres were designated a national park in 1994. The Joshua tree is not actually a tree but a large yucca. It can grow to heights of 30 feet. It blooms in the spring with clusters of yellow flowers. The animals adapt to the heat and lack of water with kidneys that preserve water from the plants, they are light colored so that do not absorb so much heat and some even become dormant during the hot summer months. ...