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... electronics along with free iPod use. I was able to access my Gmail account and let everyone know arrived safely. However, can to connect to the internet with phone or netbook weird. Currently taking sometime to charge my computer and phone then off to get some dinner at what looks like some pretty upscale restaurants. I’m in the international terminal lots of high end shops to spend your money in. Lots of people dressed ...
... Supper was spent at the Golden Corral. A huge buffet where we can pick what we want and how much we want. Perfect for the last night in Arizona. Tomorrow we head back home. The flight leaves at 12;15 PM. This will mark the end of an excellent vacation with all nice ...
... and one amazing park.
We did a lot of relaxing in the hot sun – but also exploring all the trails in the park – which bring us closer to the big mountain and also gave us great views on the valley below and all the other mountains around.
Siphon trail: is really nice and goes up a Canyon between the rocks to a breathtaking basin: like a washed out stone valley – then the climb to the top would begin – ...
... bet. The houses and condominiums are so luxurious and modern. They are filled with every amenity that you can imagine. We had a girls afternoon around the pool at my friend Rhonda's house. She has a swim up bar in her pool (with a big screen tv to watch) and a practise putting green in her backyard. Leaving Phoenix I feel all warm and fuzzy. The past few days seem surreal. Too easy, too good and too much ...
... after we wished we hadn't. The tequila, over ice, filled a low-ball glass, probably at least 4 shots, which we shared, but we had asked for two so as something a bit different the barman gave us a new creation, yet to be named, tequila, blood orange liqueur, grapefruit juice, Italian liqueur and topped with a basil leaf. Amazing. Next it was to FnB's (stood for Food'n'Beverage), who specialise in locally sourced organic food and unique wine, we had to wait for a table, but ...
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