Tahiti Vacation Club
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... birthday, but its <70 and >80...or is that >70 and <80?? its been a really long time since I had to do complicated math problems....forgive me.
It time to wait....tomorrow we ride. Ok, late tomorrow, but as long as it's before midnight it counts, right?
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... road headed for Zion National Park in Utah. The scenery of the Zion Canyon with its orange cliffs and green valley floor is a stunning sight. It's also home to a range of wildlife including mule deer, wild turkey, chipmunks and big horn sheep. The bright angel trail is one of the parks best known. After following switch backs up the cliff face the path continues along a rocky outcrop with 2000ft sheer drop offs on either side. We edged along the path holding onto ...
... wrong turn.
Lovely room but unfortunately on a smoking floor.
We bolted to the conference check in and arrived with 5 mins to spare before closing. A lot of sweet talking by our cousin Manal enabled Rami to check in both his wife and cousin as family members. Manal is a Family Doctor in California and was very keen to view the exhibit hall.
Lovely Italian dinner and a walk with thousands of other people to see the fountains at the Bellagio hotel rounded off a long day.
... people pass by I couldn't help but notice the various different cultures which inhabited these lands in harmony. In England we are led to believe that America is a troubled and racist land, but in reality it is just like anywhere else. Obviously they have issues like all countries (particularly in small towns), but thus far I had noticed people of all backgrounds getting along without any reservations. I had come across worse forms of racism in my own lands and in ...
My birthday! Left the motel and found a lovely old diner in the town on Route 66 and at last had a proper breakfast, not me as feeling the effects of last nights margarita. The owner of the motel had said we should go to Vegas via Oatman as it was a much nicer route, the guide book did say though to check your brakes before you go there. It is all still Route 66 and as we drive through the desert we can see the mountains ahead. The road was actually scarier than the Apache Trail as ...