Travel Blogs from Hollywood
... though it was self-service, there was a lady there to help everyone. She scanned our passports and gave us all six of our boarding passes. She then directed us back to the main American Airlines cue.
When we made it to the front of that line we were able to check our luggage. The agent asked if we wanted a wheelchair. Leslie declined. When we made it to the end of the first security cue Leslie saw the err of her ways. The line seemed to ...
... heading in the general direction we guessed Orlando was in to find the highway going north. The only directions we had were downloaded from google maps and saved onto the iPad, so if we took a wrong turn we were pretty screwed. Unfortunately this is us we are talking about, so we only managed about half an hours driving before we realised we hadn't taken an exit to get on the highway to Orlando. Thankfully somehow, we ended up on some other Orlando highway, it was probably a ...
... through the Mangroves out into the lake. Little crabs darted away as we came. Another trail, the Mud Flat Trail, took us along the mud flats. We climbed the 5 story tower to get a really nice view of the area. There are 2 other longer trails that allow one to learn more about the mangrove ecosystem and give nice views of the Intercoastal Waterway.
You can also canoe or kayak through the mangroves or on the lake. We rented a 2 man kayak for an hour and ...
... refuse where the gooky cotton was stored!
The preparation for new clients
required manual cotton replacement.., generally starting the procedure with
eight of these held in one hand.., you may be relieved to hear, when he
replaced the cotton tips.., at least he thought enough to wipe his hands on his
GROCERY STORES, “Huanying Guanglin”
The indoor grocery store concept is
exactly the ...
... That’s my buddy, Cruddy Mike.
It must be noted here that Cruddy in 2010, holds a speed record in the quarter mile on a motorcycle and routinely does this in competitions around the country. Does anyone think I had him figured out back then?
Things happened to some of my friends that inspired me to write something about it as a way of dealing with the pain and loss associated with our mortality.
I thought about this a lot back then ...