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... the expression of my learning and joy in travel. Someday I want to host
retreats or tours to select inspiring locations, with opportunities for cooking
classes, art, and guided exploration of the areas. I want to offer a “surround”
of my own, especially for those in transitional places in their lives. As trains approach their destinations in Europe, the announcement comes to"Mind the Gap" when exiting. So that is exactly what I am doing in the meantime.
... t really matter as we are on holidays right? With a nice slow start to the morning we had breakfast and started to research a few of the places on our list of things to do. We also sussed out the bus routes, and by the look of it we are just around the corner from a stop that runs frequently into downtown Seattle. We were going to head in today to pick up a cell phone and do a ...
... of fresh fruit and veg with loads of fresh fish and live fish, they had not only live fish but live Abalone, mussels, clams etc. they also were selling fresh seaweed. We then headed back to Gwandeokjeong where the shuttles were and I realised that this structure was a tourist spot so I went in, there was a fee of 1,500 wan and then I explored, it was a museum depicting the government of ...
... flew us up to the top a few times each. It was so cool!! If I had a place near me I would do it more often and try to learn tricks like the instructors can do. They would do flips and fly up really high. It'd be such a good winter activity for us sun-deprived central New Yorkers. It was a great day in Seattle and I was sad to leave :(. But today I left the city, picked up my parents, and headed east! Next stop: Glacier National ...
... of them. He is currently accused (rightfully so I'd say) of Crimes Against Humanity for the brutal murders of over 1000 people who opposed an election. Not a nice guy.
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