Re-assimilation into the West
Trip Start Feb 25, 2010
17Trip End Jan 01, 2011
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Where I stayed
Hidden Valley Camp Grounds, Joshua Tree
Wonderland of Rocks, Joshua Tree
I did enjoy my time here however. If there was anything I had learned and retained from my adventures, it is that there is nothing in the world that is more important than family and friends and that there is very little difference between the two. I spent as much time as I could with my family and my friends all through-out California. I spent a week climbing and hiking in Joshua Tree. Jtree was nothing short of amazing. Miles and miles of vast nothingness as far as the eye could see, yet cradled within the endless void was an eco system teeming with life. It was truly a wonderland of rocks. I spent two days there climbing with some of my friends that I had met from Thailand, and then three days hiking and camping out in the wilderness on my own. It was a lot of fun, albeit a bit cold and dark. After Jtree, I drove to Las Vegas where I met up with the same friends to climb in Red Rock Canyon.
My time in the States is quickly drawing to a close. I was in Miami for Christmas with my Grandfather, a man I truly respect and look up to. I am currently visiting my parents, and making the final preparations for my big move to El Potrero Chico. The climbers paradise of Mexico, where I will spend several months either in a tent, or 3,000 feet high on a rock. After El Potrero Chico, I will be traveling into Central America.
This concludes the South East Asia Chapter of my adventure, and so begins Chapter 2, Latin America.