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Campsite Site #54 - Texas State Park with site water, electric, & dump station nearby. Stayed two nights Notes - Well maintained park with clean restrooms & showers. - Spacious campsites. - Beside campsites, the park has screened shelter & a few yurts for rent. - There are short nature trails throughout the park. - Lots of large trees. - Very tame deer & their fawns. • A lot of small feral hogs. - Not many campsites were occupied during the ...
The idea of me backpacking solo through Thailand was one that came to me before my first backpacking trip had even ended. During my stay in Amsterdam I met this amazing Aussie coule named Josh and Lizzie. These two are great and little did we know we wouls still keep in tough with them 5 years later. Anyway, they had just started a year and a half around the world backpacking trip and had just came from Thailand. ...
Well there is just under 2 months left until i head back to one of my favorite countries that ive ever wandered around: Thailand. People always ask me why do i love Thailand so much and for some reason its tough to answer. I can not just name one thing that makes me want to go back there again and again. I love everything about that country from the amazing beaches to the nice people and not to mention its extremely cheap. The food is amazing and it ...
Another boring road day, we went through our first town closely
guided by James to avoid the main highway. We forded a river which
was entertaining and passed a hedge cutter (hedge destroyer more
like!) Nick thought was the end of the world when we met the hedge
cutter but then his world really did seem to end when Gent tried to
swap sides and caught the lead rope under Nick's small excuse ...
... of bees
holding occupancy of the barn so we had to sneak the boys round to
the paddock without causing a mass attack as James thought they might
be African Bees. The place was littered with sheep bones which gave
the whole place a real eerie feeling about it. Spooky!