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... the room was repaired. Of course, it wasn't, but the final note in this master class on the subjectivity and volatility of time and space had filled our minds full. We will set our alarms for 5:30 am tomorrow, hoping for a 50% chance that we won't have washed away or that time will have indeed moved as expected and we will proceed to our final desert destination--Bryce Canyon, Utah. But, at the rate it's going--it's anyone's guess. Paging David Lynch...
... Then onto the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Having been to the South Rim twice before, the North Rim gets only 10% of the visitors compared to the South Rim. It was very quiet and just as breathtaking. On the way out we passed bison grazing on the meadows. Whilst filling up on gas, they told us a landslip had closed the road we needed to get to our hotel tonight, so we had to take a longer detour than we would have hoped. Before checking in at ...
... though), hot, absolutely nothing for miles and miles...you really needed to watch your fuel! Our hotel is quite away from town...right on the lake with 2 pools...but much too hot to go in them! We have a lovely parking lot view!!!! But won't be in room much as tomorrow we are off all day and then head out for Bryce Canyon... Having dinner here in their nice restaurant then bed early. Spectacular views from our hotel which is actually in a marina on Lake Powell...need to look to ...
... and a big bill to pay he slowed to let us know it was just his way of telling us to slow and he roared off in pursuit of different villains. We could not believe the outcome, so we have had a few beers and laughs on that one tonight. The funniest bit to this saga Pete, Ivan and myself pulled over 20 mins latter to take the beautiful sunset shots you will see and it seemed to take an age for James to turn up but when he did he was dressed ...
... We got really deep down. We heard that if it rained too much, it could get flooded!!! Before there were guides, people could walk in by themselves with no guide and they would not pay attention and it would rain and some of them got washed away. That's why we need guides. We also saw a rock called the Eagle’s Head and the Arch. And if you looked up, you couldn’t even describe what you saw. I really want to do it again.
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