Magnuson Grand Hotel Hammond
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... the genuinely nice people. Not to come as a surprise I enjoyed the outdoor adventures the most. The bike rides, rice boats, my day as an elephant trainer, the cuddly tigers, the hair raising white water rafting and the snorkeling. It was really a wonderful trip. We all had an outstanding time. Next trip....... No planes, no trains, no taxis and no speed boats! There will be clean water, English and NO haggling! Until our next adventure! Heather Sent from my ...
Well the 1st post will start with the count down. Just over 12 hours from departure and still lots of stuff to do.
When one thinks of a vacation, it is usually thoughts about "getting away", seeing places and doing things that take you away from stress of work and everyday life and most of all; relaxing.
This trip will meet most all of those things with the exception of "relaxing". It should be a fair trade-off to see the ...
We crossed into Louisiana today. State number 6. Th last few days have been a little trip down through memory lane in East Texas where I lived. I was able to catch up with a dear lady who I had not even in touch with since she came to visit Christchurch in 1989, she is now 91 and is legally blind, but still has such a wonderful sense of humour and caring soul. We spent a night with friends in Houston and met two of the four grand ...
... come of it tonight.
Today as we were driving along, the Planters Peanut vehicle passed us, but it was gone before we could get a good picture.
The park we are in is very nice and Passport America makes it nicer since we get the same kind of site and view for half the price. This would be a nice place to spend a few days and just relax, certainly different than last night. The plan for tomorrow night is to be in Wallisville, TX and once again it is a Passport ...
... How do you absorb that dense burst of joy and grief even once, much less twice in two years? Is this the source of my own resiliency in the face of grief? My inheritance passed along in the marrow, bone of my bones.
I walked lightly in a careful pattern with sharply observed angles, out of a natural impulse, straightening flowers and catching myself murmuring softly, “There you go, honey,” as I tucked in the weather-softened fabric petals. I was ...