Econo Lodge - Sacramento / 16th St.
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... is in their own world
And finally, here’s a list of the lessons I learned from the trip:
- Don’t have in your life things, people, jobs, careers, hobbies, that don’t make you happy or you don’t find fulfilling. Life is short. They’re ...
Married and Merry, Sacramento
December 15, 2014
Our first plan was getting married in Mexico. But the administrative hurdles were so high. You need newest certified birth and divorce certificates. Also the required documents must be authenticated (apostilled) by the state where you divorced and at your birth place. Then, the local Mexican Government will ...
... in an Ice Bucket Challenge while in full drag, shortly followed by several of the dancing boys (now unstuffed). After the icing we made friends with some hilarious boys called Zac and Jesse. They were good friends who may also have been lovers, or at least had been at one point in time, as I got the run down from Zac at how good and/or fussy Jesse was in the sack. Sharing is caring. Jesse and I got along super well: we chatted and scoped out some ...
... Spent: ~ $6,000.00
Miles Traveled: Over 18,000
Photos Taken: 2,939
Wonders of the World Visited: Torres del Paine & Machu Picchu
Biggest Daily Budget: $36.00 (Peru)
Smallest Daily Budget: $12.50 (Ecuador)
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... campfire, with a tent camper in the background. We drove by my great grandparents house just to see it hasn't seemed to have changed. I want to learn more about her. And about my dad, and Mamalama, and every close family member. Everyone has a past, stories, things to share. I'm making my story, as everyone still is.
Thanks Mamalama and Charlie for a great time and send off. Thank you Mamalama for the necklace made with grandma "weezes" dragonfly ...