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We headed to Portland and parked our motor home in the center of downtown. We unloaded the scooter and proceeded to buzz about the vibrant, fascinating streets of Portland. The city is heavily treed and has a comfortable vibe to it for a city of its size. We headed for the free, outdoor festival held in Waterfront Park on the Willamette ...
... in. After our ride we were quite hungry so we tried out one of the many food carts nearby. Callum and I got a popular hamburger from The Brunch Box. A food vendor we were told about on our tour the day before. We got a buger called 'YouCanCheeseburger'. It was a standard beef patty burger but instead of a bun it had a toasted cheesy on each side! It was delicious but you certainly couldn't have more then one. Ash got an Indian curry from a ...
... ourselves being treated to the sounds of this phenomenal busker Ben playing just outside. We wound up eating donuts and listening to awesome tunes while getting to know the artist. We grabbed his new album, swapped information and needended up meeting up again later that night when we were out celebrating Drews birthday on the local bar strip. I was lucky enough to be staying just off of Hawthorne street, with tons of bars nearby and only a ...
... at credible schools in the countries that you’ve selected. The recruiter then helps you with apostilles, Notaries, and visa information, which is more difficult to figure out than you would think. If you’re interested in getting involved, you can ask me, or look it up online.
How on Earth will I communicate with you while you’re gone?!
Facebook, obviously. Google Hangouts for video chat.
... things Tom usually likes to do and for sure we will need help with all our luggage. We do personally travel light but we also carry lots of gifts to our Peru families not to mention the diving gear and that adds up to an extra 100 pounds.
Most of you know that I tend to journal a bit when traveling. I guess today we call it blogging. In past years I have just set up an ...