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... Bosco the one man band. I love this guy. He plays music I can understand and I know most of the words and if I don't I can hear them.
I love the USA. I was thanking the Lord tonight as I watched the fireworks for this country, even though there a lot of things I'm not happy about but I know how safe I am because of the brave men and women who have fought so hard to keep us free and protected. My friends, like Roy from *****ia, are from countries that are not so safe. ...
... which is cool. I remember the open one in Barbadoes but I was 18 at the time. We were shuttled to the car rental place. While I waited with the luggage, off came the socks and shoes and on with the flip flops. When Harry was checking in there, the lady noticed that Harry's license had expired in October. He forgot to renew it. So I get to do all of the driving. We arrived at our condo late but sat for a bit to unwind and had some very expensive duty free ...
... will now be including more pickles into my dishes because this hash was delicious.
Now- onto the park.
We packed peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the yeti and headed into the park. We had about 14 miles of hiking planned out for the day but weren't sure if the weather was going to be a factor. So far, the skies were holding up so we kept on with our plan.
Our first stop was the Kilauea Iki Trail; this route starts with 3 miles along ...
... were able to down load it via the internet. How did one travel without the internet??
Anyway off we went to test our new toy,
I had read about a beach (on the internet of course) near the airport, called Kona Coast State Park. A very interesting place you turn off the main road and travel down a dirt road, very slowly, you are surrounded by lava that's all you can see but you ...
... about 100 metres from the hotel.
We have a mixed entree plate to share and it's monstrous. The couple next to us (from Arizona nonetheless) also exclaim their surprise at the size of their dishes. What is with these huge serves? Do they not know what the term 'entree' means?
Walking around like bloated whales through the monthly markets on the foreshore we make our way to the Queens residence for some hokey traditional music and dancing. ...