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... worship all 73 Gods for 28 days. The Valley of Grande soon changed to The Valley of the Fortis which means brave. Temple Wertan was also later changed to the Temple of Joanna. It also got 3 more columns making a total of 238 columns supporting the quartz roof. The shadows of those walking upon the surface of the white granite floors slightly reflected upon the column's. Joanna’s gift to the valley has brought joy to ...
... The walls, floors, and ceilings in the rooms are enchanted, so it can illuminate any image you want to show in the dorm (e.g landscape, people, etc.). The bath houses are warm and feels like lying down in the clouds. The stadium and training centers are state-of-the-art and the sight is breath-taking.
The direction that was taken to get to a Nature's Paradise, was north, through the Path of the North Wind. It is on the top left of the map, just above the ...
... a place to cook, and of course he has a bathroom.
The first place of conflict is the Desert Of Dijidoros. The Desert of Dijidoros is surprisingly, up north and it's still really hot. It's full of life, and really cold during the night. To get to The Desert of Dijidoros, Mark has to travel east, Then to the eastern hemisphere of the desert. The desert makes people happy, and there are mountains of sand everywhere you go. When you touch the sand, ...
... over to the islands across the lake. (Maybe I should have bought a jacket!) Nice putt putt across with narration as well, pretty and lots of bird life, options beach, yacht club, parks etc. Fantastic view of the city skyline which would look amazing at night. A smaller airport was along the waters edge to one side. Feeling a bit on the cool side after the cruise plus it was past lunchtime I decided stop on the way past at the Amsterdam Brewhouse where it would have washrooms ...
... for reading, so the tablet was useless.
- I didn't really need my phone, as it was turned off most of the time to avoid battery loss/roaming charges, but it is an item of value, so I still had to carry it with me or lock it in a safe.
- Mark brought his camera, which we used instead of mine, so mine was useless.
- I didn't have all that much time to listen to music, so my iPod was also almost useless (I could have done without, and avoided the extra stress ...