An Exotic Sunset
Travel Blogs from Wimberley
... s like
being in Texas, where people talk to you on the train or bus or in
line. When we said we were from Texas, their eyes would light up -
definitely more romantic than saying you were from New Jersey.
Driving a car from Scotland to south England was a little too much. Actually driving in UK was stressful - not good for our relationship. You absolutely need it for the Highlands of Scotland, but we could have used ...
... At the plane we had seats way back and in the middle so no winow to look out in and it was soo warm at first. : / After the plane had taken off it got cooler. A bit too cold actually since there was this air-vent in the roof, blowing cold air right on our seats so I tried to hide under the blanketvmuch of the time. :) The flight back to Copenhagen felt somewhat shorter. Maybe because it turned to night as we left the american coast. Sleeping was not too easy though as a baby ...
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... they were drilling for oil, and some of it looked like a small town has settled around the drill.Johan said they can drill up to 20 000 feet or 5 miles, and that the larger drill platforms must be able to go that deep. In this part of West Texas the rocking horses grow like weed, and they come in all sizes, from little ponies to massive Clydesdale's. With each bend of the knee there is another gallon of oil in the reservoir.
... a shining to him. At the end of our meal, I asked to borrow a pen and write my facebook down for him, I rolled it around the pen and gave it him back. He didn’t notice until we were outside. I was watching him through the window, and I just caught a glimpse of his smile.
So Austin was short but memorable. I’m still not sure what it was trying to teach me…but I’m sure I’ll find out someday.