Everett Street Guesthouse
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- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... full of information. Then we're in the minivan home.
Seven pm brings drinks on the hotel's roof terrace with Catharine Newell joining us - always an inspiring treat. At 8pm, it's dinner at Paley's round the corner and into bed a little after midnight, because despite having no classes tomorrow, I have agreed to meet some of the others downtown for breakfast.
Hoping yet again that I can sleep on the plane home ...
We are home! Got home Monday night and it was a good decision. The weather was 100 degrees all week in the area I was going to camp so living in that heat inside a tin can with little a/c versus at home where me and Moon can find some comfort indoors and with friends is where we would rather be. I spent the week catching up with friends, eating good food and letting moon run off leash at her favorite park. ...
... houses with front porches and real estate agents signs with cheesy pictures of the real estate vendor on the front. We saw coffee shops and deli’s, thrift stores and liquor stores, medical marijuana stores and more burger joints that you can wave a Big Mac at. The one thing that really did stand out however was the number of homeless people in Vancouver, seriously this must be the retirement or holiday location or homeless people, because they at times outnumbered the citizens on ...
... for us!
After dinner it was back to the accommodation! I've noticed that Americans eat much earlier than Aussies! I have been consistently eating dinner between 5-6pm, which has been unusual. At first I thought it was due to the early sunsets (around 4.40pm) but I have been told that it usual for most locals to eat that early. Here I was thinking they all worked long hours and wouldn't get home until later to eat...My Bad!
Well... today marks the day we "get the hell outta Dodge"! We are hoping for a smooth and easy trip to the Big Island. It will be over 8 hours of traveling, connecting through Honolulu, and we will landing in Hilo later this evening. From there, we drive to a private little studio rental situated just a few ...