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... Sep 4.
We will also be just renting a car and exploring both Maui and Oahu, hitting up beaches and food trucks, Diners Drive Ins and Dives and whatever we can find that looks cool.
This text was from my dad, who has kindly lent us his snorkel gear...
Although we won't be deep sea fishing on this trip, it would be cool to see Kevin hook a swordfish! I'm hoping I get to see him in the ocean :D
... an afternoon coffee cruise (included in your package) on Sydney's beautiful harbor.
Days 13 + 14
A half-day tour covering the highlights of the city is included - visiting the historical "Rocks", the spectacular area around the harbor including the Opera House, the famous Bondi beach as well as other landmarks of the city. The remainder of the time in Sydney is free for us to spend as we wish.
Transfer to the airport for your ...
... located just south of Chicago. This is another beautiful campground, and it’s built around a lake. Someone from Alabama came over and asked me to borrow some flour ‘cause he’s having a shrimp fry up and forgot to get some.’ Love his accent. One of the advantages of being outside rather than inside is the interesting people we meet.
States driven in: Indiana, Illinois
Driven today: 216 km (135 mi)
Driven to date: 2941 ...
... br> found ourselves perhaps 12 hours late, because I'm sure it was as recent
as 12 hours ago the water was flowing over the road, I don't know how
deep, but there were certainly dirt and stones over most of the road for
quite a distance, and of course the edge of the road was being
undermined so we had to watch to make sure the wheel did not disappear
over the edge, and of course the interesting part on this road was when a
truck appeared on a bend ...
... Giordano's so we walked across the street and went into the Skydeck at the top of the Willis Tower. I didn't realize I was afraid of heights, but then again I had never been 1,353 feet above ground....looking straight down! I inched myself onto one of the decks just long enough for Andy to take a few pictures. I didn't look down. On the architectural river cruise we learned ...