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... I’m sure we were a sight with our lily-white skin among all these dark-skinned, well-toned bodies as we hotfooted it across the sand to the water’s edge!On the return trip, our guide took us outside the reef where he could increase speed. I ...
... an easy exercise as 'paracetamol’ seems to be one of those universal words. With some time still to spare, we had a quick walk around the streets close to the port and the local markets. At 11am, it was time to board our Le Truck and start our loop. Unfortunately for us, we were stuck on the middle row of seats that had no backs and meant we had the luxury of straddling the seat for the entirety of the tour. The loop of the island took us past many of the must see parts of ...
... them is the same. Most of them go something like the following.
"Hey my friend! Come here"
I walk over to them give them a fist bump or something and they offer me a beer.
"What your name?" they ask.
"Spencer" I reply
Then they pronounce my name in their thick french accent. They seem to like it because they repeat it about 3 times "SPENNNNCERRRR" then we fist bump again.
"Where you from?" they ask next.
"Canada" I reply. Then they look at ...
... on the island (we drove them all!). I couldn't figure out why this tunnel was so "roomy" - it had huge shoulders and everything. Usually tunnels are very cramped for cost cutting. Then I remembered the H3 is part of the Interstate Highway System. That's federal money in that there tunnel - thanks all you mainlanders. Our final trek through Honolulu traffic got us to the airport. It seems all the Japanese tours were over at ...
... California. They told me that they had been planning on getting married in the Marquesas but weren’t holding out much hope because communication had been dropped by the Mayors on the islands. I’d met them beachcombing on the first day and we spent most evenings together laughing at Steve’s white feet and admiring the every-other-daily gift Steve gave Dolores.
They have an old fashioned Polaroid camera and we wandered around the ...
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