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Houston airports relatively new " shuttle tram train " gets you efficiently between gates that go on for ever. No 1.5 mile jaunts through the airport from two years ago . We kept a look out for Clay, the awesome United steward from last stopover. No Clay but someone there to replace the cranky, aged, Rob Roy beach seeking bull in a china shop stewardess with a lip stick smile from last time around.....and another carry on baggage over filled flight that brought out ...
Yesterday, I tried to fix my stay at a guest ranch in the Texas Hill Country. However, the ranch of my choice is closed for a week due to a family wedding. I have checked for alternatives, but I either do not like the ranch or it is way too expensive. Therefore, I will jump on a horse in New Mexico or Arizona. Naturewise I will like those states better anyways.
So, this forenoon I will hop in a bus to San Antonio. Jan 29th in the evening, I will fly to El Paso.
Oh my goodness! What a night! 8 girls in 1 room coming and going at any time of the night. Making loud noises, putting the light on, snorring crazy, clogging the toilet, jumping around in the upper bunk, very limited respect. Under these circumstances I had my difficulties catching sleep. Am I getting too old for a dorm?
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I departed the hotel at a leisurely 08:55, quite odd compared to my previous airline flights. By 09:15, the driver deposited me at the Tegucigalpa airport. By 10:10, I found myself at Gate 3, waiting for my flight to Houston. Before arriving there, the authorities required me to obtain a piece of paper indicating the paid departure tax. A quick fingerprint and photograph and I made it through the gauntlet.
I did find it interesting that one must ...
... backcountry ski touring. Summiting afforded stunning views of mountain peaks crowned with clouds formed from the moist Pacific air. Ill miss the silent power of the mountains, but I'm looking forwards to the never-ending blue.
Sitting around the airport I’ve seen many people dressed in similar clothing. One was a Christian help group for El SAlvador, another called Water for Life. All of them proudly displaying the American flag on their shirts. ...