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Travel Blogs from Dripping Springs
Austin is a cool city. I have been there on business 3 times. Once we managed to empty a bar by playing "Dancing Queen" on the jukebox. Then for the return of F1 in 2012 and this week for SXSW. The city has a raw energy to it and never misses the opportunity to ...
... the southern states (Arizona, Texas etc), up the east coast (Miami, North & South Carolina etc) and then a week in NYC. Over the border to Toronto, Canada for a week (my first hostel experience) and back into the United States of America, to my new home town of Austin, Texas...Where everything is BIGGER!
My new ...
Today was my first full day in Austin. I just laid around during the day to save my energy for the evening. We were going to hit downtown Austin for some dinner, drinks and live music. I got some more time with Roman and Ellery, who I miss so much!!
Fast forward to 6 p.m. central time. It's Go Time!! Freshly showered, I step outside to be hit by a wall of humidity. After spending so much time in dry weather the past few days, I ...
... br> Speaking of Twitter, the Interactive Hotspot calls Twitter “so 2007″ news. What’s trending now is “close friends.” If you’ve got Facebook friends, your phone can tell you which ones are close by. Is this a good thing? Will this replace Lassie?
And speaking of races, the Swifty Swine Pig Races began today over at the Fairgrounds as Rodeo Austin swings into ...
... eyes and saying “Is it true?” he enthused.
Ex-Pemanca Ngimat Ayu added: “This is a very important thing
because the indigenous communities don’t hear themselves in the
mainstream media and now we feel connected. This will help to
conserve and preserve our language and our identity.”
Given the positive experience of Radio Bario’s launch, eBario