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... is important, yes, but all of my best experiences traveling took place when I made the decisions that traditional blogs would have warned against. For men it seems, traveling is an adventure, something to be forged filled with risks and crazy bad decisions. But for women, traveling is something to weary of and all the advice is about how to avoid things. Travel never has, and never will be about avoiding things.
So with that ...
... a very romantic place; the Lan Su Chinese Gardens. A tranquil garden in the middle of the city. Elliot was happy as he got to play a bit of table tennis. Even when it rained it was nice, it just added to the atmosphere of the place. We then went to a restaurant called Saucebox it was our best meal so far, so much flavour with Thai clams and noodles, even brussel sprouts in a secret sauce have never tasted so good, it ...
-leaving Oregon for home today
-said goodbye to my brother at 11am and left for home
-it was fun but its going to be great to get home
-stopped twice for gas along the way and some food at In-n-Out
- gas for 581miles and food was 104 dollars
- made it ...
... today than yesterday, so that helped our
tired brains a bit. We got in contact with our Australian buddies we met in
Seattle, but everyone seemed a bit all over the place, so hopefully we can see
them tomorrow. We walked around for a bit, talking in all the Portland-ness –
lots of bridges indeed – before deciding on Washington Park, a nice green space
at the top of our map that seemed an easy walk away. It was relatively easy,
We did as suggested and first visited a bunch food trucks in a small square just around the corner and had some bbq breakfast. We then wandered around the streets, It’s a real bohemian/Chorlton-butcleaner style area with little vintage shops, there was even a lightbulb shop, how is that in business?
We went to a craft brewery and sat in the sun drinking beer I don’t like. The word craft and ale always appeal until I taste it and realise I ...