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... trying to help us cross the street or polish our tennis shoes. The traffic was atrocious and no one paid any attention to the traffic lights. We were literally taking our lives in their hands as motorcyclists whizzed by at what seemed like record speed. Motorcycles are THE modes of transportation and most wear masks to protect from pollution. The humidity was excessive and made us very tired. No taxis were in sight, so when a pedicab came along we decided to take ...
... br> So i have a couple of pictures but I'm a little too tired to write out the whole day, basically we went out there, played board games and ate junk food and then came back to Phoenix, and while it doesn't sound tiring I think I'm still getting over my jetlag a bit. I went to sleep pretty early last night.
Today we're going to look at a video game museum and maybe a few other places around Phoenix.
Here's some photos.
... people in front of me as we passed them and then she caught sight of me and yelled –I’m glad you are here, with a big smile! Walked up the red rock steps to a big area with flooring of the Moab red rock and spotted Harvey, Charli’s dad. He didn’t immediately recognize me but said ‘I am Harvey’ and I said I am Connie and he smiled big and hugged me and was happy to see me. He called Marlene over and she could not believe I was ...
... You know that if you spent more time with them, you would fall and become lost within them so you keep your distance and limit your time with them. But knowing that one day you’ll submit.
OK, enough of the touchy feely stuff, here’s the deal for this years trip. 9 students, 4 volunteers (drivers, cook, camp bosses), and myself will spend 3 weeks traveling Namibia living out of 4x4s sometimes bush camping and ...
... on these adventures, we had a short list of stops we wanted to visit, almost all of them focused around specific climbing areas. As planning continued, we weaved a plan that included these destinations, matching a semi-logical circuit of highways to the changing seasons. As the trip engulfed us, we became super immersed in climbing, especially Kentucky's Red River ...