Travel Blogs from Culpeper
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In the meantime, I need to start packing and preparing for what I am sure will be another amazing adventure in Europe.
At last we
are going to be on our way again, first the World cup opening match on
Thursday, then the Netherlands Spain match which we could not miss and what a
game, well done Holland. So at last we said our goodbye’s to Loretta in the
morning and after some little country roads we where on the highway. In West Virginia the
countryside is very densely wooded and mountains, with the ...
... there are more similarities between people in other countries (in this case the Soviet Union) than there are differences. They hoped by doing this they might in some small way help to diffuse the Cold War. Anyway, they taught me to see/look for people's similarities first. So here are a few of the similarities I saw.
- I saw kids flying kites and evidently the technique I never completely mastered is the same in El Salvador as in the ...
... Caverns on tuesday. It was amazing, the rock formations are really cool, we saw stalagtites, stalagmites and some columns too. There is also an underground lake known as Dream Lake that has a perfect reflection. When we were walking up to it, it was hard to tell where the water line was.
After our guided tour of the caverns, we were able to visit a ...
So its the second hottest 4th of July ever. Yes ever! We had a lazy morning then went to see the parade on Main Street this after noon. Was great to see people celebrating and taking part in the parade. We then walked down to the park and looked around some of he stalls- whilst meg and I were eating ice cream (Oreo ice cream no less!) and and Caryn 'snocome' which is shaved ice which you put fruit flavoured syrup on.