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... Then you turn to the 'serve your own' meal section - firstly fresh fruit, vegies and salads, variety of soups, hot foods and every type of olive or cheese you could want. You box up whatever foods you want and pay by weight. A little further along is the wine tasting bar and an assortment of wines, cheeses, cold meats, nuts, cookies, slices and desserts.
The first aisle you walk through is bread and take-away meals and salads, then another aisle dedicated ...
... standing. We start with a driving tour of several neighborhoods. Some of the areas have small and big houses
next to each other—all held up on 10 foot stilts to prevent homes from flooding during the inevitable storms. Some neighborhoods live in extreme poverty, while others are huge “Plantation style” homes.
We drove onto the Galveston ...
I wake up early, once again beating the sun and after breakfast I ask the desk how to get to the airport. They set me up with a car out front and about 30 minutes later I am dropped off at the entrance. Coincidence is my friend and who should get out of the car behind me but the doctors who put my arm back in socket. The laughed and had to get a picture and then I got inline to check in for my flight. ...
As the plane taxied in Houston my conversation with my seatmates attracted the attention of another passenger, Drew, a student in my class who, it seemed shared my flight itinerary. We decided to spend or down time in Houston by hitting the food court and the Dufry.(for future reference, the Panda Cuisine in the Houston International Airport foodcourt manages to make food fresh that tastes like it has been out for an hour.) when it comes time to board the plane I ...
... br> and are only half ways along the gulf coast from High Island down to
South Padre Island. Everything is on schedule, we'll not be leaving
Texas before mid April.
From Galveston Island inland to Brazos
Bend SP, along the Brazos River, under huge Live Oaks, then back out
to the Aransas NWR and Goose Island SP. Aransas NWR encompasses the
wintering grounds of the still ...