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... and driving day. Attractions The Mojave desert. A long drive with cool looking rocks and funny trees. The Grand Canyon: was around 4 degrees when we got there. The first time we laid eyes on the canyon it was surreal. It is big enough to be the earths plumbers crack. That's Andrews joke. We did a couple of the hikes to get below the rim and appreciate the enormity of it.. -The Angel trail got us into the canyon but not to the bottom (it's a long way). Had little ...
... Both ensured we slept like logs but that may have been due to the driving and the amount of walking we were to do in the next two days. Monica wanted to walk after our drive but I just needed to collapse in a bath and was very taken with Monica's thoughtfulness in purchasing a bottle of wine whilst she was out . It had the distinguishing feature of being the only white wine that wasn't a C******nay in a screw top bottle. However it proved to be very quaffable and restorative! ...
... We trekked the entire 'time line trail, to the Yapapai point, it was here you could just get a couple of glimpses of the canyon's Colorado river, from this distance it looked just like a couple of dirty puddles. This trail was 1.2 miles, but we walked onto further to Mather point, another extra 0.7 miles, but now we had to walk it back again. This time we power walked it back, with only a couple more photo stops. We were secretly racing a couple of hikers ...
... larger river rafts which transported all of our gear. It is pretty impressive how much gear (and food, and alcohol) is required to sustain 16 people for three days! The smaller duckies basically required no effort or coaxing whatsoever. You didn’t even really have to paddle, except when traversing the rapids. They basically floated along with the current and naturally avoided most obstacles like snags and rocks. The larger rafts, on the other hand, required both steering ...
talked to various people, then meet up again at 5pm. We then walked
back to the shuttle zone, and waited for a shuttle, when one did come
we caught it to hopi point. This was where we could get a good view
of the sun setting. We walked to a location, past another contiki
tour that was already very drunk, took pictures, talked, the tour
manager provided a bag of goon, so we drank that, watched the sun
set, then went back to the shuttle, caught it ...