Hampton Inn Montrose
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... br> After viewing all of the south rim areas, we decided to take the road down to the floor of the canyon. This was another white-knuckle drive, on a road barely wide enough for 2 cars, with no guard rails and sharp drop-offs from the pavement. And the hairpin curves, oh they were fun. The reward was worth it. We were down where the river flows and where there is a short waterfall and some rapids. My best photos were taken ...
20. Bamboo raft
21. Rubber raft
22. Ferry boat
24. River boat
25. Inner tube
26. River kayak--
27. Sleeper bus
28. Longtail boat
A short stop along the way, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park also served as my campground. This was the first time I had to pay for camping in three weeks, but at $12, it was a cheap stay. In the morning, I drove along the scenic road that follows the canyon downstream for about ten miles. Along the road are about 10 ...
Friday 10.17 pm - Day 7 Okay so we decided we needed the sleep and didnt get up at 5 am as planned to shoot the arch in sunrise. Another interesting thing though, is how many nationalities we have seen in these areas. People from France, Germany, New Zeeland, India, Poland I think, Japan ofcourse lol..and some american tourists as well. We have heard some restaurants have had Swedes as well but I haven't met any myself, yet. Anyway, we left Moab behind us and drove on. First we ...
... reason." I am fully prepped to indulge my senses and from what I understand, Japan is good for that. From the overwhelming crowds of people, the music, the pop culture, the dazzling lights, the juxtaposition between the ultra-modern technology and the ancient spiritual, and the food. Oh, the food.
I adore Asia. That is already a done deal. Singapore and Malaysia did that for me. It felt a bit like coming home when I arrived ...