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... showed how babies grow in the first 30 weeks or so. We walked along the other side of river. As we go by one bit there is a large group of homeless playing different types of drums, we didn’t take much notice of it, but it made us think what a norm it is starting to be seeing so many homeless in the States, all wearing and doing all kinds of crazy stuff. We headed back through the market, we stopped at Lovejoy ...
- It's my last night in Oregon and although I'm sad, I'm ready to visit some more states!
- After I left Portland State University, I met up with a friend of mine that lives in Oregon
- She took me to the cutest coffee shop named Stumptown
- It was adorable and had an amazing pumpkin spice latte that was only $3.00
- After we left we visited one of the many parks in the area
- It was a perfect last day in a perfect ...
get there with plenty of time to spare. It seems to be a thing for people to
rock up at the bus stop and just buy whatever seats are left unoccupied. So if
you’re running late, even though you’ve paid you may end up losing your seat.
One girl arrived at 10:25 with a pre-paid ticket. The bus driver and her made a
slightly shady agreement, that she could sit in the weird nook at the back as
long as she didn’t call ...
... is big and has airplanes much like the other 700 airports I’ve been to in my life. The difference with this one to others though is it had a tornado shelter in it.
The flight was delayed as someone had flushed wedding rings down the toilet. The amused pilot didn’t explain if the plural was due to two people flushing their wedding rings down the toilet or if one person had two rings and had flushed them. Either way we sat on the runway for about half ...
So before we made it to Portland - I stopped off in Depoe Bay to go Whale Watching with a lady called Carrie. All good fun at a 8am in the morning, got to see a little but not much sadly as a killer whale had been in the area and they were staying close to the coast line. Then we moved onto Portland, we did pop into Lincoln City for breakfast and that was beautiful, would loved to have stayed longer. Portland is a very green city with a lot of trees on ...