The Dunes Motel
Travel Blogs from Hillsboro
Woke to beautiful sunshine, had lovely cooked breakfast and had time for a sit in the sun on patio for five and stare at the water, nice start to the day. On the road just after 9 travelled about 10 miles down the road to the Sea Lion Caves half of which was in a cave so I wasn't paying for something I could only do half of, there was no way in the world I was going inside a cave to see some animal! Those that partook said it was enjoyable and enjoyed a nice half ...
... painting decoration. However, previous to this, Indian Buddhists, for whom written texts were essential components of their religion, wrote calligraphy on palm leaf strips and bound them into books. Surprisingly, when paper finally did become available it differed from region to region. Introduced to the Arab world by ...
... out of paving stones as part
of the 10,000 miles in the Incan road system, in four days its 26
miles (43 km) traverse a variety of climates: breathtaking mountain
scenery where condors soar overhead, lush cloud-forests that shelter
over 200 species of orchids, dozens of historic ruins, and finally
bird-filled subtropical jungle en route to Machu Picchu’s Gate of
... wherever he chooses to go, with an unusual level of patience that he has already demonstrated. He has planned this trip to the nth degree, which you would readily understand if you could see the detailed trip itinerary that he has planned. I am impressed with his effort, and attention to detail. Having said that, I hope I can say the same thing when August 29th rolls around and when this great adventure winds to a close.
Good night, Seattle! (All ye Frazier fans, and in observance of the 50th anniversary of the Space Needle. You, too, Kate and Nate.)
Up here at the PDX Red Lion to save the early morning drive and park the car for the time we're gone.
Should have packed our own skim milk and cookies . . . had to settle for 2% from the bar and granola instead. Also should have done one more ...