Holiday Inn Raleigh (Crabtree Valley Mall)
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... was cool, but what happened next I would never have expected-he asked if I wanted to crash at his place for a few days. Recently, a young man has contacted me and is asking for advice about hitchhiking around the country. Even though I do not have much experience or advice to give, one thing I told him was that the enjoyment of waking up and traveling to a new town or city unplanned is part of the joy of hitch hiking. To be ...
... had suggested to us all before we left the bus. Jake pointed out that they had jacket potatoes with chicken or pulled pork and BBQ sauce which sounded amazing to us both however we couldn't decided which to have either the pork or chicken so we ordered one of each and shared half with each other. This was a great idea as we got the best of both worlds! The potatoes were ginormous though neither of us thought we'd finish them but we very nearly did...good effort! ...
... to sit down, and as my shoulders naturally relaxed backwards in preparation for a sitting position I felt it click back in. A wave of relief rushed over me as the pain subsided and I could move my arm again, although with some discomfort.
This, of course, if you know anything about my travel experiences, is pretty standard procedure. Some bad luck usually befalls me just before a trip which I oddly now take only as a good omen. I borrowed a sling from a friend and I'm ...
... had shoes in it and twisted her ankle. Once they dropped the other girls off it was another trip to Duke but this time to the hospital.
Meanwhile the rest of us went next door to the Mogolian place again for the second night in a row, it was that good. Back to the motel where we awaited the return of the injured from the hospital. Crutches means the end of the tour for Zo Zo!
Have fun, because you know I will be.
Today we travelled to Goldsboro for a game, we had been out that way a little earlier in the tour to play the home school kids, this time it was against a high school.
On the way we stopped into Greensboro where in 1960 four African American students started a sit in at the lunch counter at Woolworths store. It started off with just those 4 sitting at an ...
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