Hampton Inn Pittsburgh/Cranberry
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... Thailand, and renting a private villa in Phuket. After they leave after those two weeks, I plan on making my way to Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Singapore, and Malaysia, and I plan on doing this in typical backpacker style-- staying at hostels, traveling by bus and train, and living out of a large backpack. And I am going to do this all alone! Yikes!
I originally had my itinerary all planned out for my entire two month stay, but then I ...
... price sat nav sorted. The day before, we'd worked out that we'd overnight in a place called Cranberry Township about 20 km north of Pittsburg in Pennsylvania. We booked a Hilton. It's very nice. There's happy hour at 5pm (half price drinks) and an on site restaurant that looks very reasonably priced. That's tonight sorted. We drove right through the state of Ohio. I think we were in some sort of redneck country. I was a bit scared. I ...
... long time. Don't get me wrong: I do wash...but took showers up to now. I'm sure Lenny would have yelled it across the rooftops if I would not wash at all! ;-) So... Getting ready for a comfortable night of sleep. Last night I had not slept well but I'm sure today will make up for it. Tomorrow morning: our last hours East and in the late afternoon we're off to the airport for a flight to Phoenix to start our Canyon adventure. No Lenny... Not The Flight of the Phoenix! :-p Sleep tight ...
... a local derby and grudge game!
This was our first experience of a live NFL game. We've seen loads on tele, both in the UK and here in the US. Back when American Football was 'big' on channel4 in the UK [in the 80's] we used to have Superbowl parties ... great excuse for an all-night beer session!
Getting to the game started with another 60+ mph bus journey ... and these busses are the big double length jobs! Then a ...
... LORD, and the smiles and waves of men and women along the roads as we drove by on the bus.
When we arrived at the orphanages the children met us with brilliant smiles and each one wanted to shake every one of our hands. We had 18 on our team. I was so touched with the pastors, caretakers, and volunteers who gave their time and care so lovingly to the children.
The childrens faces will forever remain on ...