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We boarded on Deck 7 which was convenient because we are on Deck 8 but my dad doesn’t do well with stairs, so we took the elevator up, checked out our cabins, wiped everything down with Chlorox wipes, changed out the Elite bar set-up (all for Diet Coke of course!) and then headed up to Deck 15. The buffet wasn’t crowded yet but I’ve never been a big fan of their lunches, so we avoided the germs and headed for ...
... in the street for money, I said no.
This is a busy hotspot for tourists and beach-goers, surfers and people that like to be outdoors. Very much like Brighton or a south of France beach resort. And that means loud vehicles. As well as the chopper-type motorbikes I have seen a red beach-buggy type vehicle. And the best of all – a black BMW saloon with two sets of ...
... he started we did a few more fun things. We went to Catalina Island and went camping and hiking around the island for three days. It was fairly strenuous hiking. There were lots of steep inclines and declines and we had our backpacks on our backs with all our camping gear and food, but it was a beautiful and fun adventure. We probably saw over fifty buffalo on the island. We also took a trip to Idaho to visit our friends Josh and Beth and their ...
... Backpack Rain Cover - $48 Ebay new: I bought this and it is a great fit but for the price I would advise you to buy one of the generic ones on Ebay for about $14. It is just as effective and fitting.
#7 Ebag assorted sizes - $35 Ebay new: These are absolutely assential (especialy with my OCD tendencies). These bags separate and make it easy to find everything in your bag. I don't know how I would do my trip without these. Do not get the large sized bags for the are too ...
... between England, Ireland, and Scotland (where I meet up with Nicolette in mid July at her grandparents). I will be WWOOFing (working on organic farms in exchange for food, living, and good times), couchsurfing, staying with random contacts I've accumulated, hiking, camping in the country, and checking out a few decent hostels along the way.
From Scotland we will ferry over to Amsterdam for the beginning of the better half of the trip (not that the first half is ...