Quality Inn Navajo Nation Capital
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... handbags. They say hi are you on vacation, where have you been are you local I do like your bike. LIKE MY BIKE. Jesus I am a hardened biker and could chop chickens heads off and eat them raw whilst they are running around. How do they know I am a fraud and have a greenhouse with vegetables. It's so annoying. David Watkins would love it but it's **** for your biker image. You better lock ...
... us if we'd like to go to a college football game with the motel staff but we were a bit tired so we thanked him but declined. I'm kind if kicking myself now as college football is a big deal here and it sounded like the whole town turned out for the game. We walked past the stadium on our way back from the restaurant and it sounded like a premiership football match.
As I was checking out in the morning the bloke behind me heard my accent and asked ...
... 139.00 night for a 2 star hotel with dodgy reviews could not persuade us to stay there, tonight.
There are countless pawn shops, second hand shops and Indian jewellery and craft shops throughout the town so the shopping hasn't been too bad - Navajo rugs, jewellery, leatherwork and so much more. I'm having a quiet night after an upset tum so will update the photos for the blog when I get the chance.
Tomorrow, it's off to Flagstaff where we spend a couple of nights.
... entered into Grants an old mining town were we visited a mining museum and went down in the mines pretty cool they mined uranium in them and found dinosaur bones. We then headed onto gallop a lot of open country not sure what size of a place this would be but as we entered it lots of lorries on the road thinking something strange here i then seen a massive oil refinery so we entered a ...
... you can leave the i40 and still travel a lot of the old route. This has been the part of the trip I've most been looking forward to and I was giddy as a schoolboy when we pulled off the i40 to walk across a dusty field towards the Cadillac ranch. It's pretty surreal to walk toward several half buried multicoloured Cadillacs popping up out of the ground in the middle of nowhere, and it's pretty cool to be part of the group there at any one time passing each ...