Travel Blogs from Norwalk
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 ...
... their 'comfort zone'. Expanding our experiences, even those that are scary, is how we grow as a person and become better global citizens and better people in general. I admire you greatly!
"Do one thing every day that scares you." Eleanor Roosevelt
* John is very lucky to have had the opportunity to have this experience while still a teenager. I hope that the trip met your expectations and that you keep challenging yourself, growing as a person ...
... chatting before Jason took us off to get a couple of maps as we walked he told us that a bar across the way did the best Margaritas in the world of everywhere he had been so we led him off that way on the way back (not that he needed leading much) They were served in Jam jars with salt round the edge and were divine but VERY poky.. Me and Brown were getting bleary eyed and ready for sleep while Jason I'm sure was thinking about another Jam ...
... of flight, one hour and 15 minutes at Hong Kong International attempting to learn to walk again and finding my next flight (not to mention a brash realization that I am on the other side of Earth), and two hours and 50 minutes of more flying later - Bangkok.
With my good friend Jason arriving in the early March time frame, I plan to take that first week of solo exploration not only literally, but figuratively. I ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed