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The plan is to cover over 200 miles on foot in ~23 days (well, that's the PLAN anyway!!). All I really know at this point is that I fly into Porto, and out of Santiago 24 days later. What happens in between is a complete unknown. I'll be carrying everything I need on my back, and staying in "Auberges" (group hostels) along the way, and washing my laundry ...
Great day yesterday in Chicago - a fantastic city steeped in history with a vibrant and friendly atmosphere! Caught the CTA (City centre train network) from Midway and visited the sights. The Bean attracts thousands of visitors and is a quirky landmark. We also went up the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower, was the tallest building in the world when it was built in ...
... all in to a Cuban class ("Havana Nights" was the title) as a way of saying "thanks" for the help in moving. The class started at 6:30pm; in ordinary circumstances we would have been there with time to spare but tonight the weather conspired against us - the light rain that started shortly after we left Sexton Lofts became heavier and heavier; as we drew closer to 900 Michigan we had to take shelter for a number of minutes as the rain was quite torrential. ...
I am finally on my way home for a few days after completing a process that would drive nearly everyone insane. It was an absolutely trying experience and I only survived thanks to friends like Maneka, who saved my sanity.
This is going to be a short entry only because I do not want to be negative, but again, I give everyone credit who has to do on a regular basis what I had to go through getting my visa. Part was, of ...
... hotdog - a goal he's had all trip - to try the local hotdog and hamburger in each city. This one was very different - huge pickles and no ketchup! but he still enjoyed it. We then went for a walk along the pier to check out the old burnt out one from the Chicago fire going back indoors to check out the museum of stained glass windows. There were some beautiful pieces in there and I would have been happy to have half a dozen ...