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Travel Blogs from Page
As we head out to dinner we see a cool sunset (Hinesh wishes he was at the Horseshoe again taking pics). The rains have come in the afternoon and the clouds are quite dark so the pinks are showing nicely.
Dinner is at Dennys again and we share a salmon dish with rice and broccoli and a chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream nom nom.
We leave Page tomorrow for Zion, happy that we took the detour to visit this really pretty spot of America.
... internet, it sounded like pretty much you pay an admission fee, and then they let you wander around at your leisure in the canyon. However, today when we got there, they told me that if I wanted to bring my tripod and “pro” camera. I had to pay extra for the “photographers pass” vs one of their ~1hr guided tours. My initial plan had been to go in first with A and then switch off and let D and E take a turn. But ...
... saw petroglyphs (ancient carvings on rock) with a very short hike from the beach.
Kissing the lucky rock: we can’t remember why it was lucky but it is said that kissing it is a good idea if you’re going on to Las Vegas.
Seeing the desert bighorn sheep: another rafter spotted these and it took us ages to see them as they were so well camouflaged.
Seeing cranes: we thought they were herons to begin with but are getting better ...
... incredible, the pictures of the place don't do it justice and I can’t believe I was going to just drive by Page. After taking an unhealthy number of selfies we moved onto Lower Antelope Canyon, a Canyon owned by the Navajo Tribe,initially we were a little speculative of paying $20 for the tour, the upper was $40 which we thought was a little steep so we opted for the Lower.
This is probably one of the best $20 I’ve ever ...
... only a few feet shorter than Hoover Dam, and Dean got to do their Junior Ranger Program. We learned a lot about the history of the area and how all the major canyons and land formations on the Colorado Plateau tie together. We're learning a lot of geological history on this trip!
When I was looking at potential destinations before our trip started, I heard about Antelope Canyon somewhere and saw some beautiful pictures, but to me it looked like the ...