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Travel Blogs from Pelham
... was on the roundabout and b. no one really knows how to use them so I could have been confused for a local. I've since become rather used to driving this way and coming home will take some readjusting. Working in feet and inches has been a significant learning curve that has pushed my brain to work a little ********* the math side. I have worked out that not converting between metric and imperial is the answer and working with imperial measurements (despite my ...
Left New Orleans Hotel and had breakfast next door as breakfast the day before, was hideous. As we were sitting there, one of the staff from the hotel came and asked us to move our bikes so we did and that pretty much sealed our opinion of the hotel.
The weather was looking a little ominous on the way and we had a 550 km ride so did not fancy that in the rain. However, we were lucky and not a drop fell on us during the ...
-Rainer Maria Rilke
Book of Images
And you wait. You wait for the one thing
that will change your life,
make it more than it is--
something wonderful, exceptional,
stones awakening, depths opening to you.
In the dusky bookstalls
... Robert. We arrive in CDG, and then travel by bus to J terminal (well honestly it may have been G terminal, my brain is not what it used to be). After settling into the waiting lounge I got us a yogurt (I have to tell you I just love the glass yogurt containers you get in France, I have one from our last trip to France also) and a quiche, it amazes me how this quiche ...
... Louisiana and sugarcane fields. Midway through the middle of nowhere I saw a sign "New Iberia, 20 miles". I know what this means - Tabasco Country! We googled it and realized the Tabasco Factory was just 10 miles to our south. "Quick, turn right at the next turn" my navigator says. Avery Island, the home of Tabasco, sits atop a salt dome that is believed to be over 20,000 feet deep. This same salt is used in the processing of the sauce as well. Fun place to visit if you're ...