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Travel Blogs from Monument Valley
AWESOME! (Oops time to head home sounding American now).
after dinner they show John Wayne movies that were filmed here projecting the film onto the hotel wall in the terrace! We could make it out from our hotel balcony. What a great idea.
We sat late into the night on the balcony watching the moon change the shadows on the rocks and far off mountains. Too many stars to count.
got up at 6.30am and watched ...
... 86f and landscape going from mountains to valleys and every colour you could think of.
we had a 7 hour drive coming across every type of road you could imagine from freeway to single carriageway.
our approach to Monument valley was wow wow wow wow wow, yes you got it, wow!
every bend blew our minds and the iPad seemed to be in permanent click mode.
we reached our hotel half expecting a bit of the ...
What day is today? Where did we stay yesterday? Hmmm, these questions are very difficult to answer... yes I'm relaxed and on holiday and switched my brain off for a little while ;-)
Still, I think everyone should know how great it is to travel around the States. The last two parks we visited were very beautiful again! Every day we discover new parts of this country and think, WOW!
Arches Nationalpark has many "Arches" ...
... the canopy in the early morning hours.
September 8th – Anchor’s Away Day.
Woody & Laurie turn to cook for the day. After breakfast, the morning was partly cloudy and there was some swimming and a bit of kayaking. Bill bought a fishing license and was determined to fish as much as possible from his kayak. We explored Iceburg Canyon all the way to the end where we had a tight turn-around and ...
... points. At one corner bend the gang were waiting to pull out, we recognised them and waved.We meet up at 'The Cliff Palace' and had a brief catch up. We continued on to the Spruce Tree and museum were we saw Ali .
The Ancestral Pueblo people lived there in 1200AD and thrived, growing crops and hunting game on the Mesa Tops, for about 700years long before the Europeans arrived. They lived in the cliffs building cave ...