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... alive, and it was all vibrantly crazy, all it needed was a few chickens and a beggar and the picture perfect scene would have been complete. Utter chaos. We just wanted to get to our room however and after going up the wrong elevator, the building must have had more than 20 elevators scattered around; and also after going to the wrong hostel, we finally found our hostel. It was run by an Indian guy who spoke little English, despite the name ‘Canadian hostel’ (which is ...
... everything from Mexican to Chinese to Egyptian to Polish...you want it, it's somewhere around here! The Food Carts are sometimes individually owned and others are owned by restaurants who extend their 'food reach' outside their actual restaurants. Portland is the No1 city in the world for this style of food service and what a great idea they are - quick, tasty, quirky...Portland!
We then visited the biggest ...
... and the Kyle's offered us another night in their lovely home, which we readily accepted. After a delicious breakfast, we left the Kyle household with our last day in Portland ahead of us, which we spent shopping, sightseeing, and exploring. We decided we wanted to make it a little ways out of the city, so as to avoid the morning traffic. Charles Shaw, from Warm Showers, readily accepted our last minute request, and even specially cooked us a delicious dinner ...
... I have multiple sclerosis. She said it is a clinic policy. This is despite the fact that 1. the CDC does not recommend against vaccinating people with MS, 2. I'm a physician and know the dangers and the data, and 3. I can't get into Kenya without it! I explained to her that it would be far worse for me to get yellow fever because that would definitely make my MS ...
Our bus out of Seattle left at 10:30am, so we were a little
groggy this morning. Knocked back some eggs and tea and then walked an absurdly
long way (when you’re carrying a 20kg pack) to the bus stop on the other side of
town. It was definitely a work out for my calves, and if I don’t have killer
legs by the end of this trip, I’ll be disappointed. We made it just in time,
despite leaving early, and for anyone taking a Bolt Bus make ...