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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well good morning everyone happy Friday the 13th and a nice honey full moon too! I'm not a superstitious person so I'm hoping this is good news for the day! Woke up to rain :-( I would dearly love to see some summer sunshine, the waters was supposed to be calm today but. not sure that will be the case as the flags are blowing pretty good out there.
The plan was to make our way to Newport and stay until Monday we will ...
... at cafes till all hours as we had seen in Italy, Spain or France. They were no "street people" performing at the top tourist locations as you find in most major cities. In any restaurant that we ate in, you could hear a pin drop 90% of the time. We did not see any poverty during our journey, nor did we see a racial mix of citizens, or even tourists for that matter. It almost seemed that the citizens felt as if "big brother" was watching them, and that they were ...
I'm nearly done with all my packing and never have I carried so much weight. Both in my luggage and on my person and I suppose in my person too. I was 7 pounds overweight. Airline overweight.
Two things greatly contributed to this ... I'm taking my own sleeping bag and my own snorkeling gear. After a few misadventures with "loaner" gear, I decided that getting my ...
... out. Laptops are out. Netbooks, phones and tablets seem to be potential options.
Netbooks - these are mini laptops designed to be ultra-portable. I'm not sure I need to be this wired. And even though they are light, they are somewhat impractical when climbing mountains.
Phone - since I don't want to bring my phone from home, this really isn't a viable option. I'd also either have to get an unlocked non-Verizon phone (stupid ...
I couldn't have asked for a better trip for my first visit to Africa. It was a great mix of community, tourism and adventure travel. It was a long and incredible month. Through laughter, smiles, tears and sometimes pain I faced physical, emotional and mental challenges and opportunities to grow. In doing so I met some absolutely amazing people. These are their stories:
* I am really impressed with the number of people who went to Kenya specifically to ...