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Morte e vita di Bobby Z di Don Winslow.
I soldi e la donna e il bambino sarebbero una bella cosa, ma i perdenti non realizzano i sogni.
How’s about a shot of the lovely Spanish Skirts at Palo Duro Canyon State Park!???
In case I don’t get any more posts up this week – thanks to all of you who follow this little blog, I appreciate you all VERY much!! May you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your own friends and family.
Mann suddenly popped the idea of traveling to Prague for the weekend and since I love to see many places, I was so happy that I was jumping with joy (literally). Still, I am cheap enough to veto the weekend plan and instead have a daytour only to avoid hotel bills.
After 3 hours of driving and 12,50 Euro Autobahn fee, we finally reached Prague. Our first plan was to park the car in the outskirt of the city but we realized that Euro is not widely accepted so we were forced to park the car at the Palladium so we can be free of it and find money changer. For 7 hours, total parking fee was 325 CZK or 12,5 Euro.
Money changers are all over Prague 1 with varying rates and we decided to change 50 Euro first (1256 CZK). Thankfully, it was all we need for the…
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my father worked here, for a while….
We took advantage to a rare opportunity for us when we got handed a key to a vehicle. We then left it up to faith to take the wheel. Stopping at wherever the road takes us, the joyride sent us to some of the most exciting and rare finds in Okinawa. Our adventures here. We continued more going up until we decided to go the northernmost point of Okinawa. The signs read Cape Hedo. We confirmed it on the map. And off, we jumped into the unknown.
A forewarning, you might find this transition morbid and grim.
There was this cave where civilians went into hiding during the Battle of Okinawa which was part of World War II. When the war was over, Americans asked the Japanese civilians to come out of the cave to rescue them and they let them know that they will be treated well…
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I’ve been to Breckenridge!
For my week-long trip to Colorado, I had a detailed itinerary prepared, but after the terrible flooding across Colorado, having a positive and flexible attitude was essential. If you’ve been following along, you’ll remember we spent one night in Estes Park before evacuating to Grand Lake, where we spent one night. On Friday we hit the road to Breckenridge and here’s some of the beautiful scenery we passed on the way…
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