Holiday Inn Express Austin Airport
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... wings at Freddie's. Another bar with a huge outdoor area. Cornhole, washers and ping pong were our options for gaming. We decided on ping pong. We played for an hour or so while the dogs sat underneath table in the shade.
Our friends invited us to ...
... they will have videos of Austin from a birds eye view, from a different perspective. In the evening, we ended up going out to the best club in the world! The DJ was so good and we went a bit mental, jumping around and shouting to the kaiser chiefs. There was a classic dancing circle and we got involved and this time, I actually got a few cheers! I think it helped that I didn't try the floor dancing. We woke up with a bit of a hangover (understatement) and headed off ...
... and nan impressive nativity set. A few nice old buildings but the charm of the town completely destroyed by the six lanes of traffic and parking on both sides eg took for ever to cross this 'freeway'. A shame because it could have been acute place. Bought a Texas souvenir in a funny shop selling all sorts of things from doilies to undies to souvenirs. $11 for a boot made of brass (and in India!). Andreas bought one too. Left ...
... the ceiling cracks sprung forth down the ferns into the pool. I hiked across and began my yoga routine barefoot in the sand. Even the sounds are smoothed out softly along the water and stone. I imagined what it would be like to find this. I imagined the Natives and how sacred of a place this must have been. I soaked my roots here. Diving and Swimming filled some significant, but unwatched amount of time. Hiking out felt like leaving your favorite pub or coffee shop, ...
... from a co-worker (thanks Matt!) where there's a nightly ritual of a bat emergence from under the bridge. And bats there were. We waited maybe 45 minutes right before sunset, and then out they came. Not a few bats, but in excess of one million. They came out from under the bridge in droves for a good 20 minutes....quite a remarkable sight.
After that, Mexican dinner (yay!) for our 10 year anniversary, and then back to camp.