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Exploring Iceland part3

“A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.”
-Lao Tzu

For me, what really made exploring Iceland so liberating was the fact that I really didn’t have a set itinerary made for myself.

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Pit River Camping and Burney Falls

All summer, I had been eager to drive Northwest from Reno.  I’ve been out hot springs hunting toward Cedarville, CA, and I’ve been mountain biking outside Redding, CA, but there’s a whole stretch of the Sierras in between which remains to be explored by me.   1,041 more words


Stay Local: Thai-Me Spa

So I wrote about two places that I love to indulge at, but I haven’t really addressed places where others indulge.

Without further ado, let me introduce the best spa in Hot Springs, Thai-Me Spa. 443 more words



Beitou Hot Springs. It had an airy feeling.

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Of course we had to try the hot springs.

The top pool was 45+C, the middle one 40+C and the bottom one 35+C. (We went in the bottom one, the top was way too hot). 37 more words

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Beitou hot springs.

Water is between 80 & 100C. (For my American friends, 100C is boiling temperature ;-) !) the ph is 1-2 and it smelled like rotten eggs because of the sulphur. 9 more words

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