San Francisco, CAUSA 94110
April 27, 2012
Accents from Scotland and India are among my favorites
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It's not about the destination. It's about how you get there, being there, and the return.
Enjoyed them all and each was so unique they cannot be compared. A day at a music, beer and wine festival where 100,000 people descend upon a small town inthe middle of Switzerland.... 14 hours of art museums in Paris..... the restaurants of Lyon.... a week at an ashram in India.... Windsor castle and the Picadilly Circus crowd... Do flying fish concern themselves with being out of the water?
It would be nice to have access to a place where we could throw together a potluck based on a theme, and then perhaps have a discussion based around a geopolitical or philosophical theme..nothing too polarizing, followed by a short.. as in short photo presentation or a few photopresentations from someone's recent travels.. perhaps projected from smartphones or jump drives. This could be accomplished in good weather at a park that also has an indoor facility that could be reserved to show a video prersentation.
My style of travel in Yrp is Eurailpass, hostels, camping. Enjoyed India too. Becoming interested in learning more about European, Middle Eastern, and Asian history between around 700 to 1600 AD.