It was then that I decided to…. catch a taxi and go back to my hotel room. I left my friend dancing, although she did offer to drive me back to the hotel.
Apart from feeling uncomfortable in the nightclub with mostly single people, I think I might have danced had the music been disco, like “Let’s Groove” by Earth, Wind and Fire, or “Brick House” by the Commodores or my latest favorite song by Black Eyed Peas, “Boom, boom, Pow.” I love songs with a definite rhythm. Alternative rock is not my choice of dancing music. What do you like to dance to?
I felt like we were back in time and Sedona, although beautiful, is a little too small for me. I’ve often said that I could live in Belize for up to 3 months, but then I would crave a movie theater, libraries, bookstores, coffee shops, and some new faces. I think the same applies to Sedona, as far as I’m concerned. What about you? Do you need a mix of the two, or are you definitely a city person or a rural person?
The weather improved, and we decided to take a tram ride to see the red rocks and other parts of town.
Due to spring, and fresh rain, we could smell the fragrant pines and drove by some interesting plants such as the giant asparagus stem with red broccoli florets.
The majestic red rocks with their striations have names such as “the coffeepot” and
“the chimney” defined by their shapes. I have to admit the view from this person’s house below, is quite inspiring, especially if you’re a writer or an artist.
I have a few more stories to share in my next post. One is about a place I never thought I’d step into, but did.