Liberty Park Pension
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... the racing line when driving here, almost irrespective of whether or not there is anything coming in the opposite direction. The bigger you are, the more claim you have over the road. So the adherence to the whole your side/my side of the road seems to be an alien concept. We had three hours in Puerto Princesa, before we could checkin our baggage but in the heat and with early start we decided to find a cool cafe to camp out in and play ...
... 300 shark fins in its hold, what is wrong with the chinese and there tastebuds. A vietnamese vessel as captured again with sharkfin and a Malaysian vessel illegally importiing crude oil. The Coastguard have a hard job patrolling the remote islands.
After visiting 5 islands we chugged back as the rain came in bjt we were wet anyway, a great day out and our last chance to enjoy the beaches before Manilla and back to Thailand on the ...
... flight to New York and then to Portland. Even so, we had difficulty with TSA and arrived at the gate moments before the flight to New York was to leave. The only saving grace was that we were in first class for this flight and the next one. After arriving in New York, we had to wait for a wheel chair, but got to our gate just before boarding began and consequently walked right on with no waiting. We landed in Portland at 11:30 pm over three hours late from the original ...
... during the day. Boston turned out to be one of our favorite ports.
Hunt for Harriet.
At our last port of Halifax we had a special hunt for Harriet twice and Dan once. Bob was able to find Harriet twice but wasn’t able to find Dan. Deloris was able to join in and find Harriet twice and Dan Once.
Today we look for Harriet on the streets of Boston. She is there watching the many fans of the Boston Red Sox. Find her and join us for the last part of the Freedom ...
An early wake up and a magnificent sunrise greeted our day of travel back into the USA from Quebec, Canada. However, the grey clouds rolled in and the misty rain began as we drove out of the city through some exquisite housing and cultured suburbs. Nearing lunch we made the border, but alas, today was not to be a smooth crossing. It took us 2 & 1/2 hours as one of our group struck ...