IHOTEL 67 Street
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... as I really didn't want to spend two or three hours inside and that is what it would probably take. Mind, I would've easily sat in the parking lot for a couple hours to watch the gophers-- I love those little guys. So, instead of doing either of those, we opted to walk the Badlands Interpretive Trail that I don't believe they had the first time we visited Drumheller (mind you, it could've been some 25 or more years ago). It was a great little walk, said to be ...
... called Plastic Paradise-the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. This documentary tells the story of Midway Atoll..one of the most remote places on earth that siphons plastics from 3 continents. Encouraging though, was the practice at Eldon's, the main grocery store. Customers do not receive plastic bags there. If you have not brought bags, your groceries are packed in a box.
Diving and cruise ships are what drives Roatan. Apparently there are at least 17 places to rent gear and book ...
... share a lot of the same fears and insecurities, but they manifest differently in each of us, so looking at us you wouldn't think that we are very much alike. I am thankful for Juan because he helped teach me how to let go and move on without wrecking a friendship, and he also taught me a lot of Spanish, most of which I have already forgotten.
Now I will tell you about Bert. Bert Billy Bob is one of my favorite people in the entire world. he is from Quebec and he doesn't ...
... never want the fear of goodbyes to keep me from forming relationships with people because its all about the experience. Anyways, I believe that if someone is meant to be in my life, they will continue to be, no matter how far apart we are. As I told Daniela yesterday, there is nothing in the world that you HAVE to do, and there are very few things that you cant do, so just take each day as it comes and do what makes you happy. No goodbye has to be forever.
... But first few words about the bike I'm not 100% sure on this one yet but most likely I'll get Yamaha Fazer 1998 600cc and I know for sure that some of you guys will tell me 600cc on the trip like this yeah it's maybe little weak but I've chosen this bike for many reasons ( price, my experience (or lack of it ! ), handling, fuel mileage and many more).
I'm not taking a lot with me on this trip cuz this is motorcycle trip not a fashion show ...