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We have had to luxury of planning for about 6 weeks. We were taking a tour, but had to cancel due to a traveling companion having a knee problem. Luckily, we had travel guard insurance so filed a claim then started a whole new plan.
We have never been on a cruise so decided we might as well try it now.
Highbury & Islington / Arsenal
... They also give you hats and write what ever they like on them. One lady had a hat on that said 'I use to be a man'. Our hats weren't as funny and insulting as others.There was also an Asian guy in the restaurant , the second another Asian guy came in he yelled across the restaurant 'Yo Asia your long lost brother is over here'. In all it was funny but you have to be able to take a joke, you have all been warned.
... Every time I thought it couldn’t rain any harder, it rained even harder. Hot, wet, cramped, and worried about marauding bears craving chocolate fiber bars, I slept only fitfully.
Despite my inadequate slumber, the next day I felt surprisingly chipper. But we had a decision to make about the day’s route. After six million gallons of overnight rain, we figured the iffy crossing of last night would now be an unmanageable torrent and that it would be safer to take ...
... take a fake shower near the top.
This one was still a little of a climb but much less torturous. There were tons of people at the top waiting for their Kodak moment behind the falls so we joined the queue. Got our romantic snaps and Chris got a quick head cool off.
Then we descended a steep bit near the river/falls and dipped our bods. Chris made a ...
... and head back.
How wrong was I. This was by far the hardest hike me and Leslie had ever done. I think it might have been the hardest thing i have ever done. The 4 miles to the falls was just one long uphill climb, we were at 3000 feet so the air was thin and seemed to be in short supply. Two miles in me and Les looked like we had been caught in a rain storm (Two sweaty cats). All the while M and L appeared to be skipping along without ...