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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... sink she had splashed onto her face calmed me down for the moment and one moved out of the way long enough for me to stick my face in the fountain and suck as much water down as I could. On the way back we stopped in the little town of Hanalei for shaved ice and ice cold water. I hobbled across the nicely groomed grass to the shaved ice stand while getting a few stares from the clean people eating their meals and enjoying their drinks on ...
... commands. I shove my finger to the back of my throat, but decide that I’d rather die than gag myself.
“Drink more water, Liz. Keep trying.” I force myself to take a huge gulp. This time it works too well, and I empty my stomach into the toilet and surrounding area. Pinky cleans-up the bathroom and me, and helps me to my bed. I lie on my back, and open my eyes. It’s dark, I think. Everything ...
... I went to the office to print our tickets and could not. Finally did get the Hawaiian Air to Honolulu printed but then US Air would not acknowledge that so would not let me print the Honolulu to Phoenix ones. No amount of coaxing would let me even pull them up. Finally called US Air and after getting cut off 3 times and having to start over got through to some screechy sounding lady who could not speak proper English – impossible to understand her ...
... perhaps indulged too much. Jesus certainly did. Perhaps he did so for the same reason I want to; because they're hilarious. I told my roommates that we should move to a big city and start a designated driver taxi service, and were I a more confident driver I probably would. I bet Jesus had some amazing drunk people stories. Obviously he also tried to lead them to the light, but I am a proponent that God had a sense of humor and enjoyed it a little bit ...
... long, thin beach that is protected by a coral reef pretty far from shore, making the lagoon pretty quiet, warm, and good for snorkeling. We got set up in a shady spot on the beach and took Nate right over to the water. It was a perfect temperature, and he started to get into the idea of splashing the waves as they came in. We played there for awhile and then took him back to the blankets to play in the sand. As it got later in the morning Eric went out to get lunch for us at ...