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Travel Blogs from Sandwich
Most of us have a hometown…every twist and turn in the road familiar to us. I swear I could drive it blindfolded as a kid. We move away with every intention of visiting often but then life happens! I see signs pointing to 'Genoa' (now jokingly called "Ge-no-where") . I have butterflies…it's been 8 years too long and I’m yearning for that 'home feeling’. In a world of constant change, familiarity is what ...
The itinerary is set.
The important papers are printed.
We have our brand new Keen sandals.
And our hiking gear.
Some snacks for the plane.
Some reading materials for the plane.
A few electronics to get us through..ipad, iphone, laptop, kindle...just the basics.
I may have an organized binder filled with all of our paperwork and guides. (Don't judge me.)
This trip has been a long time ...
... to Bartlett, IL to my cousin’s home. Arrived about 5pm, brought all of our junk in and took showers.
Dave woke up this morning with another cold for the year, When we filled up with gas I ran into the store and got him some Dayquil and cough drops. So he pretty much went to bed after his shower. I watched some TV and called it a night around 9pm. ...
... security. Not much of a walk to the gate. Our flight made a stop in Atlanta, and then onwards to Huntsville. The airport in Huntsville is actually pretty fabulous. I believe they re-modeled the entire thing not too long ago, or at least part of it. It's very open, light, spacious, and the architecture is nice. Curbside to gate is a breeze. There are only 10 or so gates. There is a market/deli once you pass through security. If you want to sit and eat, try the grill just before security. ...
... Manuel Noriega just a couple decades ago. Panama also has a rich history, with Spanish conquistadores hauling golden Incan plunder across the strait, pirate attacks in attempts to garner those riches, and of course, the famous Canal and its history. It has preserved its culture, too-- the country signed a treaty with its indigenous tribes so they could maintain their culture and lands. But can these natural wonders ...