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We started this trip with very little planning [ for us]. We knew where we wanted to go and some things to see along the way, but our route and places to stay are all fluid. Please bear with us as we figure these things out on the fly, share some pic and relate stories about our travels.
Any comments are appreciated [except about my spelling - it's awful and I know it - but I try] The spell checker doesn't work on all of the ...
... br> I arrived in L.A. without a hitch and breezed through customs. It was such a breeze that I was almost certain I could have gotten away with smuggling a little coca tea back with me, but alas...
One of the security/customs agents even said "welcome home, Ms. O'Donnell!" to me. I was so immensely grateful for this nicety (as these had been sorely lacking overall on my trip) that tears filled my eyes. Maybe they wouldn't have been so friendly if ...
... and finally bought the one I had spotted yesterday, but which Wayne thought was just an impulse buy. What was interesting during this shopping period was that while the shops weren't that busy, the apple shop we went into was absolutely packed. We moved down to the waterfront, to the Tom McCall Waterfront park where the festival was being held. We had our beer mugs in hand (which had created a talking point for several people, and confused others who didn't know ...
Sat 23rd June cont.
The only visitor centre we could find was in Fort Vancouver National Park. So we went into the bookshop and they could only sell us a map, as Washington State doesn't give away free state maps., We managed to find a small one in the back of a magazine, so that will have to do. As it was still open for half an hour, we wandered down to the fort (another British Fort) and had a quick look around before ...
The names, the words fluid muddles of wondrous noise, blurs like the colorful flashes of paint and saris. Qutur Minar, Arjun Nagar, Hauz Khas, Jantin Matar. Said in a way to only marginally represent the spelling not imitate it.
All day we have diligently flowed from place to place. A bit reminiscent of a young boy leading us up central Oregon, through each worthy stop, of which there were many. From the ancient to the modern it was a long day full ...
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