Red Lion Inn & Suites Walla Walla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... lots of long fences.... I was still remaining around 500' above the ground, as at 1000' it was bumpy and 1500' the full headwind effect was in force.
After a few hours, on the horizon, it looked the paddocks, sorry, fields, just fell away, and the ground had subsided - and it sort of had! I then flew over some intriguining rock formations, which were part of the Theodore Roosevelt National ...
... Hagenbek Zoo. I also remember how my family used to enjoy fooling me by drizzling fruit-flavored Schnapps over my ice cream then watching me gag when I unknowingly took the first bite. Being an ice-cream purist back then and unaccustomed to drinking (I tried my first beer with lemonade in Hamburg), I liked my ice cream plain. In fact, many a German dessert that summer--be it cake or a chocolate bon bon or fruit cocktail--was ...
... vivid memory of us lounging on the beach in Casablanca while haggling with the itinerant blanket seller. With me behind the camera, that's Pat in yellow and Donna, the blonde in the bottom left.
Another memory is of this Bedouin young man who was infatuated with me. I must have been twice his size, as you can see with him riding piggy-back on me in my black and white djellaba. (I think I still have it packed away ...
... us to the cities of Fes, Marrakech and Casablanca with intermediary field trips to Cherfchaouen, Quezzane, Mouley Idriss, Erfoud and Quarzazate. (I hope I learn to pronounce these names.) We even spend one night in tents among the dunes of Merzouga after a 4-wheel drive excursion to visit an NGO in the desert village of Hassi Labied. But the most exciting event promises to be a camel ride to the top of the dunes to ...
... here it is five weeks later that I finally have time to sit and my computer and reflect.
Things I Learned (In no particular order of relevance or importance.)
1. I took too many clothes--But then, that has always been my penchant. Despite my masterful job of organizing like items into plastic bags along with rolling and squeezing out excess air, I took too many clothes. Upon reflection, perhaps that was the cause; I did too good of ...