Ramada Moab Downtown
Travel Blogs from Moab
Utah really is a different planet! I thought New Mexico and Arizona were amazing, but Utah felt like I'd been abducted by aliens and dropped off in "Return to the Forbidden Planet". Moab, where we stayed, seemed like a typical American town...only it was surrounded on all sides by massive red hills, mountains and rocks. After a quick pancake …
Al om kwart over acht werd er op de deur van het hotel geklopt. We waren nog in de routine van pakken, scheren, appen en nog een keer omdraaien en hebben niet gereageerd. De Kayenta Monument Valley Inn is een raar hotel, waar de gast niet echt het middelpunt is, hooguit z'n dollars. Maar goed, daardoor hebben we wel heerlijk ontbeten bij de Subway …
... all shoelace eyelets broke and Tenacious Tape didn't stand a chance against the sandstone cracks!
Stormy weather brought some nice sunsets though! Classic view of the Bridger Jack Towers and Six Shooter Towers.
Our buddy, Jeremy Park, featured ...
... s inspiring story is the backbone for Pedal for Chi. My last trip back to Vietnam was last July and I spent 3 weeks at the orphanage and that's when I met Minh as well as the group of Australian students and professors. They did an amazing job with the kids and were really able to do a lot with such a large group. They progressed all of the kids to the next level which was pretty amazing to see. Minh and I did a few things together at the orphanage ...
... base of the arch with such grace, it fooled me into thinking it was dead easy. (With my camera bag on his back, and the tripod in his hand, just to add insult to injury.) Easy until I got half way along the ledge and realised my feet were on a 45 degree piece of sheer rock with bugger all for me to hang onto. I locked. And of course there were more mountain goats coming along behind me going “What’s the problem?” ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility