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... as I am about missing the week in Latin America, I’m thrilled for Megan and Ana and for the experiences they will have there. (And I can't wait to read about it on their blogs :) ) As for me, I hung out in the Istanbul airport for another three hours until my flight to LAX and then home. After six months away and 34 hours in transit, on Saturday evening I finally saw my parents and sister (!!!) again. It feels ...
... we were back in Sydney. Anyway we eventually made it to the freeway to SJ travelling at 70 - 75 mph until we hit hit the afternoon rush hour in Silicon Valley and then crawled along for quite a while at 20 - 30 mph along with multiple lanes of congested traffic doing the same. We changed freeways for the final drive and found it had a lane for carpools and it was great to resume ...
... on Bella), make the stops longer (3-5 days per stop) and try to keep the travel times between places less than 6 hours (although not always possible) and limit the amount of things we carry to two backpacks and two small day packs.
Vietnam: To get into Vietnam, United States Citizens need to prearrange a visa. There were two options to getting this visa. I could have either gone to San Francisco and visited the Vietnam Embassy to get a visa ...
... including the garage, fruit drying barn, water shed and then the most exciting was going into the basement. The basement was particularly interesting as they used to import coal from Australia as it was the cheapest option. Sarah Winchester was very innovative as they had there own Gas Producing plant, Boiler and electricity which was generated by 3 different means. The gardens held a lot of significance also which were truly amazing and kept in perfect ...
... Stosh out to practice riding his bike for the 4th of July parade. After watching Stosh ride for a bit, Ella and I found a nice little worm that we later named, Wormie. (creative, I know) We were entertained by Wormie for about half an hour as we colored him blue with chalk, tied him in a loose knot, and made a water slide for him (: Later that night Aunt Jess, Uncle Vince, and I watched Meet the ...
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