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Travel Blogs from Alcoa
... at the end of Highbury Fields, Highness Cafe is without a doubt one of my
favorite spots in London to spend a lazy afternoon. After being lured in by the
fantastic array of cakes on show in the window, you’ll find friendly service
and an excellent selection of food and drink.
type of cake on offer changes regularly, but you’re sure ...
... a restaurant that you've never been to or heard of before, well here are your plates and here are your cutlery'. He literally threw it all at us, followed by 'Where y'all from?' Us 'Australia'. 'Yo dudes these guys are way cooler than you they're from Australia', this was announced to the entire restaurant. If you ever come across this restaurant please be aware that you will be insulted but this is what they are ...
... for an empty backpack that once carried food, a chocolate fiber bar was an invitation to disaster.
“Bears won’t be out in this,” she said. Thunder cracked overhead as if in agreement.
“How do you know? Bears live out here in this ****. This is normal to them. Don’t open it,” I begged, as Julie ripped open the wrapper.
“Stop worrying so much. Want a bite?”
The rain went on ...
Happy Labor Day People (though we will make the argument that we labored more yesterday)
today is Waterfall challenge #2. This one was Grotto falls and only 3~ish miles and supposedly not so uphill. (This being a waterfall I was not going to be fooled by the promise of 'no' uphill...)
We carried a lighter load today (smart move #1) and brought along our water shoes ...
Bear Spray "Check"
My Massive knife "Check"
Rain jackets "Check"
Expensive Hiking shoes "Check"
Marc and Louise went with:
Massive Camera "Check"
No water, No Snacks, No protection from the elements. These two clown's looked like they were going for a stroll along the beach rather than a hike. O well i thought when they start to suffer we can always ...