zaterdag 3 september 2016

Day 8-9: Monument Valley and Page

Day eight, we left the hotel to continue our drive towards Monument Valley. This wasn’t the longest drive, but because the indians live an hour later we arrived too late to take a tour we wanted to do. Unfortunately this tour only left two times a day, one in the morning and one in the early afternoon. 
Knowing we were too late we sat by the pool a little bit and decided to drive through the park by ourselves. Two hours before sunset we left for the park. We drove through the 
rock formations and I felt so small! Everything was so big and impressive! These red rocks were so pretty, I think this was the prettiest thing I have seen so far. We drove around for about and hour and a half and by this time the sun started to to set. Seeing the red rock formations in the golden light of the sunset was breathtaking. 

At Monument Valley

Engraved forever
Yesterday we got up and left for our trip towards Page. This was a pretty short drive so we arrived just before noon. We couldn’t check in until 4 o’clock, so we decided to do the lower 
antelope canyon. This was amazing!! The colors of the rocks were surreal. During our tour we had a really good guide that knew a lot about taking pictures, so he helped everybody with setting there 
camera’s. That was really sweet and handy, because this way you could get the best quality 
pictures. After the tour, which took about an hour and forty minutes we drove towards Lake Powell. We decided not to do the boat tour and just walk around a bit. This wasn’t really special so we didn’t love Lake Powell as much as the other things we had done.

Such pretty colors
Feeling very small
She was called "Pocahontas"

This was called "The sunset"

We saw such a pretty sunset from our hotel room
Talk to you later


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