Road Trip 392
I hope everyone is doing really well!?
So I'm back in Whistler after the most amazing 26 days in the USA. We managed on many occassions to go off the touristy path and see, do, eat and live like an American. We were rewarded with meeting some amazing people and getting in amongest the culture and not just seeing it from a Bus window. Some of what we sore was very shocking and some was just inspirational but we got to see the real USA.
We went to: New Orleans, Memphis, Myrtle beach, Charleston, Wilmington, Washington DC, Atlantic City, New York.
We went threw: Lousiana, Mississippi, Tennassee, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
We sore and done some amazing things and here are just a few: - A night out on Burbon Street New Orleans is a must do, not to mention a dinner Cruise on the Mississippi river in the port of New Orleans (the sunset will knoch your socks off).
- A VIP tour of Gracelands property will get you just about everywhere on the property and see how the King lived (it will get the hairs on the back of your
neck on end, even if your not a fan)!
- We had the unfortunate privilege of seeing extreme Tornado Damage in Birmingham Alabama. We unfortunately sore a complete suburb of a few hundred houses flatened! Not a single thing left standing!
- Myrtle beach which has the feeling and look of Surfers Paradise Queensland.
- Walking around Washington DC tourist attractions and seeing Secret Service on street corners as well as seeing Obama motorcade go screaming past with crazy amounts of Police with Machine Guns and Secret Service is something I will never forget.
- Staying in Caersars Palace Atlantic City and going Outlet Shopping and having 200 shops to choice from and for the first time remotely enjoying shopping.
- Standing at the crossroads of the world (Times Square) and feeling like being in a stadium.
- Seeing Phantom of the Opera and Wicked on Broadway and sitting on top of the Orchestra.
- Last but not least, walking threw Central Park. This place feels a world way from New York city, but being still right in the middle of it.
Just before all the Photo's this has what I've been up to since getting back to Whistler:
I got back to Whistler two sundays ago and started work the next day at the Golf Course as a Guest host. I'm basically meeting and greeting and making sure everyone understands how to play and course conditions. It's $10 an hour but I've got a good boss and a good work team with a nice setting, so really how much better could it get!? Everyday I see Bears and they mostly seem more interested in eatting grass then even looking up. However if you got within a few metres it would be a different story.
Been filling my Residency paperwork out and getting just about all my supporting documents in order.
Only yesterday went bush walking up the back of my house at Emerald Estates and come accross a 18 Hole Bush Golf Course. Some with water features but of-course short holes of around 20-30 metres long.
Ok the wait is over...........
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