aloft Portland Airport at Cascade Station
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... here. There’s lots about it that reminds me of England, mostly that it’s very green. But it’s not just green in that there is lots of trees and plants, it’s also green in it’s eco-mindedness. Which I totally love. Their buses run on bio diesel (not a fossil fuel!), they have loads of organic local food and their parking meters and rubbish bins (trash cans!) are solar powered (errr.. solar powered rubbish bins? Yes. They use that power to crush ...
... all sorts of appropriately priced tastiness. I settled on one of the most American things in my trip so far: a grilled cheese sandwich. It was buttery and damn good, and of course came with a complimentary pickle on the side. Seb sourced a kebab and chips, and we sat in a nearby square with other eaters and listened to buskers while we ate. I made friends with a bizarrely cute dog called Peanut. He looked like an Italian greyhound, caramel ...
... Three little loves of my life. I miss the boys. This is the longest I'll have ever been away from them. I know they're in good hands and that is a blessing for me. Anyway back to quiche. It was the third piece of quiche I had consumed to date on this journey and the best; although Leela and I questioned whether or not it was the best because it was the most recent ate. Present quiche always trumps past quiche? But let me tell you that was not the case ...
Departure day dawned overcast and cool, and we gathered "the troops" for a final breakfast before beginning the two-hour drive to the Portland airport. Our flights were not until mid-afternoon thus allowing time for a leisurely journey with time for photo stops.
Along our route the roadsides abound with beautiful mounds of yellow flowers. I do ...
We are home! Fairly uneventful, if long, travel day-Anniversary. We were ready to go early so facetimed with our parents, got to the train way early and the airport way early. Just the way I like it. We grabbed our last Japanese lunch and vending machine ice cream before departing. Customs and immigration was long and tiresome but we made it home as did all our belongings. It feels good to be home, in our own bed, snuggled up with the dog. Oh! And we walked a total of 101.5 ...