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- Pets allowed
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... I decided to heighten the drama of the moment with paranoid EDM songs. Getting on the flight was relatively easy and, with my luggage safely checked, I began to relax a little, Tim Hortons coffee in hand. When I reached my seat in the cabin, there was a little bag of chocolate waiting for me with a note. Some festive, Canadian flight promo, I thought instantly. But no, it turned out to be far lovelier than that. A little infant, Ben, was on his first flight at the adorable age of ...
... as it sounded. There was a beautiful view
across the valley although I chickened out of jumping across the small gap with a 20 foot ravine below to
witness it. My view, as an alive individual, was perfectly fine! Remembering my mal-coordinated tendencies, visions of heading to a rural A and E flashed before my eyes. The farmer
guy, a stereotypical Canadian with a bushy beard and a lumberjacket, warned us
about his pesky neighbour ...
... with only a few moments of turbulence. Upon arrival we got our rental car, which I have to call back and complain about because a minivan is not a compact car!
After seeing if any of the other rental places had something smaller, to no avail, it was off to the Accent Inns hotel about ten minutes away to get some rest before venturing over to the island tomorrow morning and the reunion of Nate Squared. No photos yet but we will be sure to post many of them in the coming days.
... It took a while especially queuing up for the 15minute free internet computers, rotating round three of us in line. But eventually we did get it sorted, and now we would spend 3 nights on the North shore. There were only 2 dates we were struggling to sort out, one in the middle of a stretch in Waikiki and one at the very end. Shelley, the manager of the Polynesian Beach Side Hostel got in touch with us, understanding what we were trying to do and ...
... t going to go well for me. I put the glove on back to front, and I had to take advice from the guy running the attraction on how to stand. The game started, and on the huge screen, which must have been 15ft wide and 10ft high, a ice hockey player came running towards me. He hit the puck with his stick, at which point, a rubber puck flew out of a hole in the screen, and nestled in the top corner before I could even react. Unperturbed, I tried again, and the result was exactly the ...