Feather Nest Inn
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... exhausted and I unpacked my bag and watched tv. The room was ok, not great, the bed was comfy with lots of soft pillows, but the air con is very loud and so is the bathroom fan, none of the lamps work and when I pushed the plug into the sink it wouldn't come back out. On top of this I had no idea how to get the shower working. After a long time of pushing, pulling and turning I gave in and called reception. She told me I just had to pull it out, ...
... leaving after 6 hours and we didn’t have any accommodation booked for the evening, so we thought about boon docking. Basically if you have a campervan or RV, you can go up to a Walmart or truck stop and ask to park overnight. We haven’t done any before because we’ve been able to camp and because we don’t have so much privacy in a minivan. After finding the local Walmart, we parked around the back out of the bright lights and set up our sleeping bags in ...
... to Geno's and order our first cheese steak.....it's not bad the meats good but we're going to try both before we judge.
so back over the road we go to pats and order our 2nd cheese steak i go to the next window to get a drink and lee picks up the cheese steak,i pay the guy pick up some straws and napkins and go and sit down only to realise I've left the drink on the counter ...
... and helped us make incredibly good Thai food. - Nick Tocco, who traveled halfway around the world and endured multiple ailments to travel with us in Thailand. - Roy, who took us to “the beach.” - Ep, who helped us climb the One, Two, Three wall in Railay. - The countless strangers in Thailand, who helped the country live up to its nickname, The Land of Smiles. - The Singaporeans who we met at the pool bar in Sentosa. - The customs ...
People here are too soft, snug and insular and they are increasingly timorous about taking chances, which is why 'change' is too often nothing but rhetoric when not a pathetic fantasy to turn back the clock. I don't think safety and comfort are more easily attained anywhere than in the U.S., yet fear - especially of change, ironically - and crisis seem to be among the most common symptoms of everyday life. Meantime ...