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... happens. No one wants to get caught without some extra spare cash. I keep a photocopy of all my information, my passport, and about $400 bucks in there. You will not get pickpocketed if you have your money around your neck. I keep copies of my information in three different places just in case.
#26 Platypus 1 Liter Water Bottle - $15 Ebay new: This is the lightest and most compact water bottle ever. This is a must for your day pack when you don't want to lug around ...
... road. Back to jamming all my worldly possessions in one bag. Back to wet towels and wet board shorts. Back to not shaving until I feel like it. Back to changing money and never quite getting to grips with the exchange rate. Back to Hostelworld.com and skyscanner.com. Back to bad coffee. Back to travel adapters and padlocks. Back to enjoying the present but also planning the future. Back to Lonely Planet, dog ears and post-it notes. Back to hammocks, cheap ...
... then asked Richard if he'd like to take over. He did and I was thankful...I think he was too!
We arrived at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and were so warmly greeted, we felt like celebs. Richard got a cart to unload the car while I checked in (still shaking from the traffic) and I saw a guy take off running toward Richard. He was assisting Richard with everything. Much to my surprise, we were upgraded to a ...
... The Tuna Club - the first big game sport fishing club in the world was established in Avalon and is still active today.
1919 - The first regularly scheduled commercial airline service in American History, Chaplin Air (brother of Charlie) makes its debut. *currently no commercial airlines services Catalina. Mostly privately owned planes and helicopters. But think about it, if you fly IN you have to drive DOWN!!!
1920 - ...
... rental gear, etc. It was very neat and clean with tropical flora of all kinds in abundance. As we were hanging around eating our ice cream cones one of the island passenger ferries pulled in. The top deck was covered with kids, all young boys as it turned out. We watched as a bunch of fellows, Dads as it turned out, unloaded all kinds of gear while the kids continued to make noise on the top deck. When all the gear was unloaded ...
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