- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... for the Milena in just three days. Once again I want to thank Lida, David, Priscilla, Kyle, Justin, Ty, Skyler and Griffin for the "time" you gave to me, so I could make this all happen. Without each of you there would have been no trip. THANK YOU - THANK YOU - THANK YOU - THANK YOU!!!! THANK YOU - THANK YOU - THANK YOU - THANK YOU!!!! Na Na BORA BORA, the most beautiful place on earth, will now live in the minds and hearts of all of us..... adieu .... a ...
... has rolled in by this point and its a lot colder. There is another hut and campsite about 2km away from the one we are staying in, which apparently has a hot pool and restaurant facilities. By this point a soak in a hot pool is a very appealing proposition so after a rest Alisha and I decide to walk there.
The "hot pool" is nothing more than a shallow pond in the campground filled with lukewarm water and is a world away from the fantastic hot spring in Landmannalaugar, ...
... and putting up the tent, I go for a walk to a nearby canyon, which I had been told by the hut warden (a pleasant lady dressed in full Viking costume) was "unmissable". Predictable sighs of appreciation follow when I see a canyon down in the valley below, but when I continue a little further and look around to the other side these turn into gasps of astonishment at the sight. This canyon is stunning, for its scale and also the sheer number of different colours ...
... presenting new information in a variety of different ways.
She gave the example of the time she had to teach the book "Black Beauty". She read the book beforehand and realized it wasn't an exceptioanlly well-written book but she knew it was a requirement for that grade. To engage the students, she took them to a horse shelter and brought in skulls and real (dead) limbs from horses. She brought ...
... the season was more like a tiny stream, so the cascades were fairly non-existent. But we had some big giant rocks in our sights and decided to get to the top o them for some views.
This was an enjoyable and adventurous hike, scrambling up and up the steep rocks, climbing higher and neon rewarded with better and better views. We could see Lake Tahoe well below in the distance surrounded by green pines, and a view into the valley the other direction. We spotted ...