Dunning Mills Inn
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... next flight over to Bangkok. By the time we finally arrived in Bangkok at 8AM local time, I had watched several recent movies, eaten four times, and was thoroughly ready to finally stretch out and walk around. Luckily, George and I found a place in the airport that offered hour-long foot and shoulder massages for 500g Thai Bhat (about US$15.). After having to remain inactive for hours, we both totally enjoyed the experience and considered it ...
... end there. You see, we are flying...
I have an intense and irrational fear of flying. I know it's irrational because people tell me that all the time. "Shut the f$%@ up!" That's what I would like to say. If you are able to process those fears and get rid of them in your little head, good for you. I hear stories of plane crashes and emergency landings on the news almost every day. I know that the odds are slim... That's what ...
... after a little power nap, I was trying to find a motel for Monday p.m. when the power went out. The internet continued for another hour but then that went down too.
The outer bands of Hurricane Irene had already started hitting but winds weren't so high that it caused any concern, also rain was coming down but it wasn’t that bad.
I got my candles out, glad that I ...
... most part, though, I really want to be open to what I encounter and be able to adjust my travels accordingly. Some people have expressed an interest in meeting up with me along the way, which I not only welcome, but encourage. Since I don’t have a firm itinerary, I ask that anyone interested in joining me contact me directly so we can discuss timing and locations.
A final note before I ...
... be a pedestrian-friendly residential and retail mixed-use village for townspeople, students and faculty to shop, live, work and enjoy entertaining facilities, all within a sustainable “green” urban setting. The Anderson Center is a two-story facility designed to provide seating for more than 3,000 people for convocation events and approximately ...