Tuscany Manor Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... thru and masses of palm trees. So pretty. Onwards to another grove of palm trees and a little creek. There was a couple of bird feeders around to supplement food for the hummingbirds, I am doubtful that they needed any supplementing, but more likely an attraction as there was about eight hummingbirds swarming around the feeders. Selfishly I adored them, and enjoyed watching them for quite a while. They are so tiny and so beautiful. We walked down into the gully, where we got to ...
... At this time I was also able to purchase internet time, check my e-mail, confirm my Chobe safari, and talk with Dorian for a bit. Didn’t have time to post any blogs though, unfortunately. During my internet use, the conversation (which I stayed out of and just listened and laughed inside) switched to countries’ foods. Two British (Matt and Beth), an Italian (Ali), a Swiss (Pia), and American (me!)… oh goody. Ali was bashing England’s ...
... in a location that there wasn't one. It became increasingly hilarious the more hungry we became. Also, we found Maryanne's name for panda express "panda noodle" pretty funny. Our third attempt at a panda express ended in success and a very happy well fed gang (Erin, Kev, S & M). It was fairly late after our panda express escapades so we had our final goodbyes with Benjamin (our car) at LAX and then taxi'd it home to travelodge before our flights out the following morning to ...
... from the valley floor. Barely a car passed us as we took a few shots of the dunes and the hazy highway stretching out of sight, glistening in the heat of the day, as we listened for the clatter of rattlesnakes, but guessed they were being cleverer than us, staying out of the midday sun. Reaching Baker, we failed in our attempts to find a park (of the grassy kind), or even a tree to catch some shade, under which we could eat our sangers (prepared ...
... and spiritually stronger. I walked through hail, rain, thunderstorms, wind, rocks, mud, sunshine, heat, flat roads, uphills, downhills, through mountains, fields, deserts, city streets, villages and towns... my spirit and soul connected with the Camino and with all the people I met along the way. The voices of those who walked before me, over thousands of years, talked to me and I felt their presence in the ground. The Camino was not just a path that ...