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Starting my blog

Well, this is my first (of hopefully many) entries. I will be going back and posting about previous trips, Island visits, cruises, etc. I look forward to reading your feedback and answering any questions about the caribbean that I can.

permalink written by  islandhopper11 on May 10, 2012 from Houston, United States
from the travel blog: The Caribbean Life



Johnson Space Center was so cool

Wow, What a cool day. I got to the Johnson Space Center about an hour and a half early. I figured that would give me time to see some of the things they had on display in the main building. I was a bit surprised that they had very few historic items on display. Mostly they had a lot of...

permalink written by  Kugs on the road on April 13, 2010 from Houston, United States
from the travel blog: Texas 2K10



Kind of a Dead day... in more ways than one...

Along I 45 North of Houston is a Giant Statue of Sam Houston. I don't know why they put it someplace where you can only view it at 70 mph. Oh, and those trees behind the statue, are not short trees. This is a very tall statue. So my tour stop for today was the National Museum of Funeral...

permalink written by  Kugs on the road on April 12, 2010 from Houston, United States
from the travel blog: Texas 2K10



Homeland Security

A United States custom worker in the Bush Houston International Airport points to a window where a middle-aged woman, appearing to be of Asian decent, sits patiently behind a counter. One of the customs agents blurts out, "Sir, please step to window number 2." "Righty-O, Captain", I...

permalink written by  kipmaddog on November 15, 2009 from Houston, United States
from the travel blog: adventures from down south



Say Goodbye To Hollywood

Wrapping it all up, our last two travel days were a nice, slow re-entry. Saturday morning was spent poolside at the hotel, with Ellery and Fletcher playing their wonderful imaginary games. Around 1 p.m., it was finally time to say goodbye, check out of the hotel and head, almost literally,...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on September 5, 2009 from Houston, United States
from the travel blog: Belize, Guatemala and Honduras (2009)



Back in the ...

USA!!! Yep, you read that right. After a thrilling 35 straight hours of traveling from Pune India we're back in the states. Surprise :D We're at James's mums place in Houston and will be here through the holidays and Savannahs b-day. We'll be heading back to Austin after...

permalink written by  Slade's Elucidation on December 16, 2008 from Houston, United States
from the travel blog: Slade's Elucidation



Almost sorta on our way

Well we’re officially out of Austin. The past week was crazy getting the house packed and sold, all our arrangements squared away, and farewells outa the way. *note to self…don’t plan to pack and sell a house in Texas in June ><* Friday night we had a going away shindig at Neal and Summer’s...

permalink written by  Slade's Elucidation on June 17, 2008 from Houston, United States
from the travel blog: Slade's Elucidation



Springboard Houston

Made our 1st stop here in Houston to drop off my kiddo and see the Slade side of the family. Had yummy food at Hollywood resteraunt and now enjoying the wonderful Marquis Hotel. Giggle this place is awful... just like the review said it would be. 1st room wasn't made up and there were huge dead...

permalink written by  Slade's Elucidation on June 17, 2008 from Houston, United States
from the travel blog: Slade's Elucidation



Houston We Have A (Traffic) Problem

Traffic's a nightmare in Houston - freeways everywhere in various states of construction.

permalink written by  awalby on April 21, 2008 from Houston, United States
from the travel blog: The Highway Is Alive Tonight



Houston! We have a problem!

We arrived at Houston on Saturday afternoon 1st September and made our way to the car hire area of the airport. In the process of collecting our car from Budget it became apparent that although we had been quoted around $266 for the hire of the car for 5 days, if they were to slap on insurance...

permalink written by  Candi&Damian on September 1, 2007 from Houston, United States
from the travel blog: Candy and Damian USA Aug/Sept 2007



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