Motel 6 Dallas - Plano
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After getting home early hours of the morning it was a sleepy kind of morning. 3.30am I ended up crawling in so it was makeup off and bed! I woke up randomly at half 7 and started to talk to people back home as it was a normal time. Then went back to sleep till 10! And then I went to check on miss Taylor and see if she was alive and kicking. She was still sound asleep with her two kitties. Got the best picture. Then I got myself ready as me ...
... River gathering last year. Wrapped up against the chilly windy drizzle in our sweaters and cagoules, the canopy was closed quicker than normal to keep whatever warmth there was inside! 1900ft was as high as we could go to start with, but the visibility under the cloud base was much better than anticipated. For the first 45mins, flying at this lower height did afford more detailed views of what was 'flashing by’ below us – we had a tail wind of 15 kts. To ...
... few days!! We met with Carlie then walked quite a lot more, coming off the Katy trail wandering round some housing estates. Then must have taken the biggest detour to get back on the trail. My poor legs hated me from that walking but it certainly burnt a few calories! Glad to be back in the car we headed home but first picking up some Malibu ready for our night out. We got showers when we got back and then slobbed on the sofa doing our nails. They ...
... family members in their subsistence life.
As we talked, were offered our second soft drink of the day.
As with Laurent and Illuminée, this small group was very pleased and honored that we would come to visit them in their little house, made of sun-dried mud brick, covered in cement-based plaster. With good upkeep, these houses can last 30 years or more, but maintenance is the key. The heavy rains of the season can easily sap the foundation bricks. ...
... be better shopping in the departure area we knew!
Finally at 3:00 pm the counters opened for British Airways (the Horchaks) and Delta (us), and we checked in and began departure formalities, which went pretty quickly. We met up again after emigration at an interesting shop called, appropriately enough, "Out of Africa," and offering all sorts of Africana, including tee-shirts, robes, pillows covered in antelope skin, and even ...