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... As for the rest of my stay, we'll see where I end up...there are a couple hostels, as well as, rooms to rent. I will probably end up in one of those options...we'll see. Also, that same amazing friend (Trevor) ended up hooking me up with a rental car for about $250-300 less than what any normal tourist would pay to have a car for a month on Kauai. Can you say AWESOME!!! Again...such great people on Kauai :):)
There you have it....next stop...KAUAI :):)
... me thinks). We honked the horn on exiting the restaurant which is a tradition to show the staff how much we appreciated there work.
The afternoon was spent in downtown Boise, which seemed eerily quiet. We checked out the Basque section of town (Who knew that Boise had a Spanish immigration problem?). The temperature was tipping 100 degrees so we sought shelter in a bar where we met Desiree our barmaid who told us all about how she was ...
We made it a looong day yesterday, and were in no hurry to leave Evanston this morning. Plus, we had an issue. Ten miles from our hotel, the dreaded "Check Engine" light came on. We knew we needed an oil change, and were hoping that would solve the problem. It did not. We checked the manual, and found that if the fuel filler cap is not properly closed, it could trigger the light. Now, that sparked my recollection of the cap not going on ...
... on his own as a farmhand. At the time of his death at 99, he was the oldest billionaire on the Forbes 400. What did this man do in those intervening 85 years? Hint: his license plate read “Mr Spud.”
He was 19 when he flipped a coin for a potato sorter; that one sorter speeded up work so fast that neighboring farmers sought his services; one potato sorter became four; one potato ...
... a Field Meet for the North American Falconers Association to be held in Amarillo, Texas. Now, Kevin knew that a man by the name of Ken Riddle had worked in Abu Dhabi for a long time, where he directed a world-renowned falcon hospital. And that Dr Riddle had done this at the invitation of His Highness Sheikh Zayed, President of the United Arab Emirates, who was a life-long practicing falconer. Kevin asked Ken if he could help to obtain an authentic ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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