Motel 6 Phoenix Tempe - Priest Dr - Asu
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... A park ranger was there cleaning up after the Easter parties and said Sunday it was so full they had to block off at 9 am. We returned to our previous course through some beautiful horse ranches, upscale communities and a cute touristy town of Cave Creek. Unlike Ocala the horse ranches had no green pastures but they had large covered arenas. And of course we passed a few golf courses.
Back to the motorhome to get ready for another move. We have decided that ...
... we were brought chips and two kinds of salsa. It's difficult for us to go to Mexican restaurants as we have our absolute favorite at home and nothing ever compares. But we enjoyed the chips and salsa as we tried to understand the menu. Now we know how people feel when we take them to New Mexican restaurants and they don't know what any of the words mean! We stumbled our way through and figured out best we could ...
... and headed West eventually parking the car on a side street. Food was the next goal. On a Sunday the business district doesn't have much to offer. Everything was closed. We walked a long time in the harsh sun taking-cover in the thin noon shadows of the buildings. After much enquiries, we found a mall dedicated to food. They say... when in the South eat like a southerner. They say that don't they? Anyhow that's what we did; we hit a ...
... Check in took aaaages, then we were led through a big courtyard full of people drinking and playing beer pong, to our room we were sharing with 8 other people. Weird to be back in a hostel dorm! The air con was in good working order thankfully, and we were just starting to get changed out of our travelling clothes to go out for an explore on the strip when two guys came in from outside and told us they were all off to the "old" las Vegas strip, Fremont street. We decided ...
... that they will also be learning from me! Its great opportunity to gain knowledge, and also to give back to the community in many different ways.
I am starting to get a little bit nervous (I know I still have more than a month!!). I have been reading and talking to people from Peru, but you will never truly know what to expect until you are there! Well, those are all my thoughts for today.
Have a great week! :)