Travel Blogs from Kansas City
... abruptly with tears
in my eyes from pure exhaustion and confusion. Not only was the
office barred off, the glass was broken where the office vendor I
assume takes money from people in exchange for hotel keys, but a
woman was pacing back and forth, staring at me frequently. She put
her arms up defensively at me and I said to myself, “I'm sorry, I
can't help it.”
Today we took on the mighty Verruckt at Schlitterbahn. The worlds tallest water slide with a 168 foot drop. That's higher than the Statue of Liberty and Niagara Falls. You have to climb 250+ stairs to get to the top. Had to drive 11 hours yesterday to make it to Kansas. It was worth the ...
We shopped at Costco today to get food for camping and we got even more excited. We met up later that evening to start packing the car. Even after a midnight run to Walmart, surprisingly we got everything packed! We didn't even have to carry things in our laps! We set off at 3am after getting pumped up from the Lizzie McGuire Movie. We are ready to take on the adventure of tomorrow's road ...
... Walmart allows travelers to spend the night in their parking lots across the whole country. It is a nice thing, when all you need is a place to sleep for the night. Anyway, if you ever wondered where the website http://www.peopleofwalmart.com/ gets their shots from.It may very well be Kansas. You would think that these people of the plains would be wholesome and kind, but that was not our experience. They seemed angry to live here and not happy ...
... them breakfast to get them moving and wake them up. It’s actually a good plan. But it doesn’t quite jive with my plan of going to sleep right away, given the fact that I have never been known to pass up a paid-for meal. So I get stuck staying awake somewhat longer than planned. That’s okay; I want to be exhausted when I arrive in Kenya so I adopt the 8-hour time difference as quickly as possible. It helps that I arrive ...
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