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... acceptable if you were backpacking. We left and were forced to seek shelter in El Paso proper.
El Paso, like so many cities we have passed through, is one nearly-infinite strip mall, punctuated by franchise restaurants, a Wal-Mart and several Dollar Stores. I’m sure there are some quaint hip hot spots, but we didn’t see them. We tried to find an RV park but were skunked so we did the next best thing – got a room at a good hotel. It ...
... it, absolutely brilliant.Known as the bat cave as at night they have a bat show were all the bats fly out all together would be awesome to watch. Walking down through the caves it is like what I imagine walking though the emerald city would be like absolutely magical. Dim lights and steep paths it was like entering a whole new world absolutely breath taking and one of natures wonders. 800ft later and 3 miles deep in the Cavern ...
... hardly see where i was going with the window wipers on full blast, the right lane had also turned into a river. Not the sort of conditions you want to drive in after being on the road for 570 miles already. We did manage to get to the campground in once piece. We ended up driving 603 miles that day between the two of us, which is a **** load but felt like nothing. Once your on an interstate of highway and get up to speed then put on cruise control its a walk in the ...
... We had been having rain and lightening for 3 nights in a row and couldn't believe our bad luck, like been back in England! The storm quickly flooded some tents including ours so we slept in the van with the German girls. A couple of hours later the rain had started again and all of the others were forced to join us! All the tents were flooding and we had to get packed up and on our way, which was a job and a half ...
... in a very clean and quiet KOA (never would have thought it). We gave ourselves the treat of a very casual morning after such a long haul from The Big Easy (aka LA). By noon, we were on our way down into this other world…Carlsbad Caverns. We didn’t know a whole lot about the caverns before going in and, honestly, we’ve had a dickens of a time coming up with words to adequately describe this other world. We ...
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