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wooooow ive been in the same place as you have been in
I wish I could go on longer hiking routes, but I have a little sister who brings us to taking much smaller routes. It's alright, I guess - a little less excitement, but we see the same stuff, so yeah.
I've only been in the Alps and Pyrenees in Europe, so the mountains in Canada seem exciting. ^^ What did you do in Canada?
What do you use the Kindle for?
Also, I love the Reese's peanut butter cups ^^ just as long as they're in reasonable portions
Well that sounds…wow.
Yeah, the national parks and stuff in utah are all very cool. Zion especially is really neat,IMO. If its the kind of thing youre into there are some fantastic hiking trails in that region.
Ja, it was pretty cool. Ive never been to Quebec, though it probably wpuld be interesting. (If youre going to canada, though, the words cannot describe how amaxing the canadian rocky mountains are. Imagine what the ones in the us are like, multiplied by 10.)
And no, technically its my parents, but Im the only one who ever uses it.
Oh, but I really want to visit Canada one day - especially Quebec. From what ive heard it should be an amazing trip regardless. I hope you had a good time. ^^
Oooh, is it your own kindle?
Nothing I'd have expected. It wasn't just the food - it was the entire experience and dedication that the crew payed out to us that made it a remarkable experience. We had around 20 courses, all of them just small enough to provide something wholefully spectacular. We ate pine leaves, ate off a flower pot, cooked our own egg, all with the guide and aid with a very international team. Something that struck me about it, too, is the fact that everything was so familiar. It was my own culture I was tasting - a small one, but a significant one regardless. I ate traditional and commonplace dishes, but they were all on a whole new level of culinary experience.
I was in Moab, Bryce Canyon, and Zion National Park. Utah, I think, has so far been the most authentic place I've been in so far, and the one I dig the most. ^^ It's comments like that that make me look forward to Frisco, hah.
Cool. I'd ask how the restaurant was, but considering you sid it was thr worlds best I guess I dont have to. So, why was it so good?
And wow. Theres a lot to see in that area. May I ask where in utah? Also, SF is pretty awesome. Actualy, correct that,VERY awesome.
I just got back from toronto, which is almost certainly very boring compared with what youve been doing.
(Please excuse my [lack of] spelling and punctuation, Im typing this on a kindle, and Im not quite used to the keyboard yet.)
hey ^^ I've been meaning to write to you, but I'd chosen to do it at the perfect moment. But since you're here, I guess I can tell you everything. ^^ A little after you left, I went to Nona, currently the worlds best restaurant, in a quaint location in Copenhagen. I'm right now one and a half weeks into a month-long trip in South-West USA. So far I've been in LA, Arizona, the Grand Canyon, Four Corners Monument (observe the Post Picture of Yourself thread), Utah, Las Vegas, and now the Death Valley. I can't wait for San Francisco. ^^
How've you been doing?
Just checking in. What's up?
This is tragic. D: I don't even have anything to contact you by.