Inn at Oyster Point
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... really opens up your mind. I know for the majority of people this is near impossible, but it is life changing. I can sit here and write hundreds of pages on my experience, but I’ll try to keep it to the basics.
The major thing I found traveling was that people are innately good. I’ve read this in a million travel books but never realized it until I left Taiwan. Of course you run ...
... not comes to terms with anything, and I mean ANYTHING until the last possible second. Sooo most likely when I'm hugging a koala bear or snorkeling the GBR then it'll finally hit me I'm going to be living in Australia. Insanity at it's finest! I should probably start thinking about packing ...
Flying out on Thursday morning from a visit with my daughter's family..... Let's start over: only you two kids are reading this so far, so why am I typing like the whole world is interested? Anyway, a few minutes before my flight is called....let's see if I can UPLOAD A SELFIE ! Nope. Back to the drawing ...
Thought we would test out TravelPod to see if it would be a good blogsite for my upcoming trip south. On the way out my flight was redirected to land in Hartford due to the snow in CT. Jace drove from white plains to bradley to pick me up. We just bought some snowball ...
... robed monks walking across the world’s longest teak footbridge
near Mandalay … meet with members of hill tribes who cling to ancient
ways of life and animist traditions in Kalaw … view thousands of
mysterious pagodas dotting the golden plains of Bagan … and much more.
Join OAT and discover the most unspoiled corner of Asia—a place quite
unlike anywhere else on Earth.
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