Los Angeles: Hollywood, Venice Beach, Santa Monica

source link After the desert, and the loooong traffic to arrive, LA was quite literally a breath of fresh air. The streets were wide and there was vegetation everywhere, and the warm breeze was delicious after a week in the steady heat. I’m staying with long lost (well, no one is really lost thanks to the Fbook) who is here doing an internship as part of her (Harvard, just sayin’) MBA. After letting myself in to her spacious and airy apartment in […]

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Roadtrip Music I made a mix on 8tracks!   Where does your Wanderlust Take you? from rivybaby on 8tracks Radio. Enjoy!

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Vegas to LA- Peggy Sue’s 50’s Diner I have to admit, I couldn’t get out of Las Vegas fast enough. A combination of the stifling heat and the bacchanal energy I suppose, but as I awoke hurriedly and packed my things, I had the sentiment of escaping a bad one night stand. I bid goodbye to my host, and went in search of coffee, ice, and groceries. Seems in North Vegas the only place offering this (everything being a 10 minute drive away, of course) is Walmart. […]

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The Canyon, She is Grand

click here As I drove to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, along a long, desolate road (that is covered by over 20 feet of snow in the winter, apparently), I wondered, what the the big deal about the GRAND Canyon was, anyways. I had seen a few canyons now, and I figured they were all pretty much the same. WRONG. This video is pretty much the greatest thing I’ve done on this trip, I think. I settled into my cute […]

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Day 12- Canyon to Vegas!/Sin City

forex x opções binarias The drive to Vegas was uneventful. Everything around Vegas is uneventful, and then smack! You’re in Vegas, and for some reason, that itself is an event. I must say, I came only to see, and I saw. And I was revolted. Vegas, it seems, really is Sin City. It’s like Mardi Gras all the time. It’s where people come from all over the place to do things they would never do at home, and then forget about it when they […]

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Angel’s Landing – Zion National Park

f50a933759492c69b4e6af7c3191dc8a Yo. If you don’t know what Angel’s Landing is, let me break it down for you, in images: The top of the that crazy mountain, where my finger is, that’s ANGEL’s LANDING: For some nutso reason, this is hiking trail:     And, because I hate to back down from a challenge, I did it: Here’s me looking back, before the really scary part: (that came after the really hard part) Honestly, if it wasn’t for my new friends, I […]

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Today was awesome: Zion National Park

guadagnare cn il trading I didn’t sleep well in the parking lot. I woke up a couple of times because it was so windy I was afraid it would rain, and I was sleeping without the top of the tent on, because it was so hot. No matter, because I began my morning with a Ranger-led walk, which was very informative. My neighbours a the campground told me they were going to do the Park’s more challenging trail tomorrow, and I could join them, […]

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Day 9-The road to Zion

go to link Well, one of the great things about traveling alone, and not planning every little detail, is that you can change your mind! So last night, as I decided where I was going to sta in the Grand Canyon, I realized I would prefer to go to the less popular/accessible North Rim. There’s almost nothing up there, and accommodations are slim so I splurged on a hotel room. In any case, instead of going through Flagstaff as planned, I was now […]

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Moab, UT and Arches National Park

get link In my last post I spoke of intentions. We all know what the road to hell is paved of. Turns out, patient so is the road to Devil’s Garden. My intentions were good: to hike and take splendid photos of myself doing yoga poses in front of majestic vistas. I had read to beat the heat and the tourist buses, you had to get to the park as early as possible, by 7:30 am I was waiting outside the ranger’s […]

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DAY 7- Copper Mountain, CO to Moab, UT

follow link I left Copper Mountain fulfilled, health stretched both physically and mentally, viagra buy and honestly quite eager to be on my own. It was beautiful to share Wanderlust with so many like-minded people, but part of this journey was to spend some time alone, and I needed to get on that. The scenery changed as I left the Rockies and drove into the desert. It was spectacular.  Rock formations jut out of the ground around me, dwarfing the car, and […]

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