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... is to start building a life with Mike, but don't fret followers! I'm keen on continuing my cruising, just not so often. I'm also going to be taking mini road trips and adventuring around my own country. I've also been toying with the idea of starting my own travel blog, as in one with my own domain name/website. Still a lot of planning and work to do on THAT, but I hope you all continue to join me on this next exciting chapter of my life! ...
1. Trinity Site
2. New Mexico State University
3. Coronado Historical Site
4. Lincoln Historic Site
5. Jemez Historic Site
Current Population: 2,085,287
Total Amount of Square Miles: 121,593 sq.mi
... out of it if we make off with their vehicle. This was not what I
wanted to hear at 8:30am on a Monday morning, having already forked out $300 for a car it seemed we now couldn’t rent. The budget guy wasn’t too helpful either. He would swipe our cards, make a face, say “Nope, can’t use that” and then look at us expectantly. I look like a travelling hippie, hair dishevelled, clothes smelly, but sure, ...
... wood and it gives the town a real old feeling. The shops were mostly souvenir shops, candy shops and restaurants. We had a good meal here at night at an Asian restaurant on the water that was pretty nice. There was supposed to be a big Mardi Gras party here at night, but it just wasn't happening. Mardi Gras is for younger partiers, not for politicians. The busiest place in Old Town at night was the Irish Pub, but that is typical anywhere in ...