Moab Rim Campark
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... authority's that a restaurant in town, Ollios, was the place to eat. It might of been but we hadn't a reservation and it was booked for the night. However this may have proved a fortunate event as we then went to dine at the Millward Junction which again we'd highly recommend . We enjoyed the special pork fillet with blueberry sauce but the highlights of the meal were the salad bar and the very good Merlot which we each had a glass of. Not surprisingly I slept like the proverbial ...
... motels and hotels were practically chain-free and the bars were just the right amount of hick. We wandered through the streets, enjoying shave ice from a tiny wooden hut on Main Street. It was a taste sensation! Of course I've had slushies in the past, but this was something else. Tiny shavings of ice which, when packed in tight, took on a snow-like consistency. To this soft, powdery mixture, the server added sweet syrup in a huge range of flavours. The small cup was, in ...
... whist I knew I could clime the ridge without any issues, I also knew I'd feel even more hot, tired and thirsty when I reached the top. Fearing that my only option to safely descend the ridge would be to grease my **** with suntan lotion I decided to turn back. It wasn't a total loss however I did get a cool picture of a lizard.
As I made my way back to the car it was clear that I'd made the right decision. There were many ...
... prey, the gods were smiling, today was a good day!
The tour was almost over, three hours had flown by in what seemed like only an hour. Before we left the valley however we stopped off to meet a Navajo family who lived in the valley, take a look at their Hogan structure and purchase some handcrafted jewellery.
As we neared the visitors centre and re-joined the tourist trail we also passed some very fed-up looking American OAPs who were sat ...
... Narrows) at the local outfitter across the street from our campsite and headed out for a day of walking in the water. It was honestly one of the most breath-taking, incredible hikes I have ever done in my life, and I’ve done quite a bit of hiking in a lot of places. There are no words to describe the sweeping beauty of the canyon and the vibrant colors painting the looming chasm walls as the river snakes back and forth and the cold turquoise waters ramble over the rocks. ...
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