Apple Orchard Inn
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... from obscure poles, up to attach to the temple. There’s a stage with fifteen or so chairs for viewing, or seated differently meditation. Before the Temple is a stone bench that is sacred to the Buddha and Buddhists. Atop it were six bowls of water that are used for purifying food gifts, or fingers for prayer. The latter is easier to see, than to read about. At the top of the temple, inside a man-built cave, the statue of Buddha sat bedecked in gold. Eyes closed in meditation. A ...
... and for those of you who like to help your vital organs or joints via the dermal application of castor oil: www.castoroileasypack.com We're meeting some very nice people here - so far from Denver, Houston, NY, CA & Israel. I think the new arrival last night is from Denver. Learning about others really puts your own problems in perspective & is a great lesson regarding the human ...
... and walked around without them. The best thing of the whole night was getting an overpriced beer from a random person on the street who was obviously there only to make sure underage people can get alcohol too. Who cares. I bought a beer! In America! Beer never made me this happy :D That was pretty much it for the „party“. However, I learnt an important thing! Corona is actually quite a good beer (compared to the other stuff they sell over ...
... and away from flash floods.
At some point the National Park Service took over the site but by then it had been pretty much looted by treasure hunters. Since they lost the artifacts they don't know much about the people who built it but they know that they were not Aztec as the early American settlers originally thought. It was misnamed "Montezuma" ...
... winedy, steep roads up into the mountainside with very little, other than tiny houses and one or two restaurants.
So back onto the highway we went and headed toward Phoenix. We found a cool place for dinner, Rustlers Rooste,not too far from the airport and we were one of the first ones there when they opened at 4. It was an old cowboy themed restaurant complete with a real steer that greeted us at the door! There was a slide that went from ...