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... food trucks (or so Kamal tells us) but after having these tacos I totally understood why this was a thing because they were friggen spectacular. Everyone enjoyed their meals and after walking around for 20 minutes or so we headed back to Bryan’s to change and get ready to go see the world famous Congress bridge bats.
If you haven’t heard of Austin’s bats you should stop what you are doing right now and look up some pictures and videos-it ...
... can be easily flipped on. You certainly will not would like them flipping on with your bag throughout the vacation. There exists a good chance the battery may be emptied once they can be unpacked. If you're going with youngsters, it's luring to let them all tune by helping cover their their particular audio participants, but look at bringing alongside some publications on Compact disc. Having something literate and interesting for the whole household to listen to ...
Well holy smokes...yea I guess I'm not so good at the blog thing. But better late than never!! So this blog posting tells of my comings and goings of my roadtrip to Austin, Texas and all the stops that happened along the way, as well as, my first three weeks of Austin life...I can't believe I've been here for three weeks already
So here we go...5 states, 4 cities, 6 days/5 nights, over approximately 2,200 miles!! First stop was Moab, Utah. I arrived at dusk, ...
... condescendingly at us each time we passed it on the way to our room.
Kasia did some Google research and discovered a popular Mexican restaurant had a location at the airport so we bundled up and headed over to enjoy some tacos, enchiladas and the largest margarita one could ever hope to consume.
Afterwards we layed in bed wathing bad television (which is about 99% of everything on television) before falling ...
... bit on the dark, smelly, very loud thing. We found a nice place though, chatted with some locals and saw a good band (according to Fiona, not Rich). Bit of a drive to the Guadalupe river where we rented and tube each - and one for the esky - and make our way down a river. The rapids must have sorted out the many children because it was a lot quieter ...