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... left the gleaming and extravagant buildings behind and arrive into a barren and dusty wilderness with mountains on all sides. It was such a strange land, for unlike the deserts I had gazed upon in Australia it wasn't flat like I had expected and there seemed to be even more greenery, with dry trees and plants sprouting from the brown dust. Furthermore a splattering of snow lay upon one of the highest peaks and thus it appeared to be a land of great extremes.
The return trip from Europe requires staying up for about 24 hours, leaving in the morning and arriving home in the late evening with a seven-hour time difference.
Once we checked in for our flight, we were directed to the pre-clearance line for U.S. customs and immigration. That was the first time we have used our Global Entry passes. They did save a little bit of time, but not ...
... chips/salsa. After some well-earned lounging we were in the mood for a real meal and headed to Old Town where we dined on an outside patio at a Mexican place called Garduņo's (thanks for the tip Eric!). What a great nite, and great meal! Margs we tasted were coconut and pink something (agave and cranberry). Food we tasted were salmon (J), fish tacos (M), ...
For some reason, i woke up at 6am, but once i was up, i
showered, dressed, started to pack and also to download the pictures
from my camera. Then at 7am i went down to breakfast, then back to
the room and got ready for the day, finished packing and then took
bags to the coach.
At 7.45am we left and i spent the first part of the trip
watching the hangover, updating, sorting my pictures, then i slept
for a bit. Our first ...
... no light means no photos. This isn't like digital, where you can get away with murder. So we head back downtown, to take pics of any random neon we might have missed. There were a few cool old signs and I wanted to get shots of them. Albuquerque is unusual. It's a city that looks very different at night than in the day (see quote below). Lights and neon are a huge part of it's personality.
We head back to the international district. This is not ...