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... riding in the desert. (Groupon) 1.5 hours. Hot at 76 degrees. Saw a great horned owl nesting up in Segura cactus. Hit the pool at Great Western. Ate at Longhorn for dinner. Had a nice breakfast at hotel and caught flights at 11:40. Flight late so missed layover in Dallas. Able to get on next flight and arrived at 10PM NVA. Picked up Maddie, who stayed with Robert at Rover. Never again. strange ...
... we got a cheeky mani-pedi before having a delicious home cooked chilli for dinner. Our first tourist hotspot was Sea World and to be honest, at first we weren't sure if we wanted to go. A few weeks previously, we had watched a documentary called Blackfish which is all about the orcas in captivity at Sea World, in particular a male orca who was responsible for the death of a trainer in 2009. Since then, there have been multiple court cases and opposition to ...
... and very nice down to earth chap.
We got to the airport at 8.55 and our first flight from Maui back to Honolulu took off at 11.05am. It was only a 30 minute trip and on our arrival we had to go to the International Airport to get the flight to the mainland. This 5 hour flight took off at 1.20pm but with the date line changes we didn't get into San Diego until 9.30pm.
We are flying with Hawaiian Airlines and we are ...
... in front of us who thought they were budding magicians/circus artists but they were really deluded, annoying X Factor reject and attention-seeking types - the ones you get to laugh at early on - well they decided that it would be good for their captive audience if they gave an impromptu juggling display in the aisle of the plane! It might have been mildly entertaining if the daft lassie could have juggled but she kept dropping the balls under increasingly disgruntled passengers ...
... to get out to where you’re ‘supposed’ to be twice. The waves were huge and constant, so you needed fitness levels ten times beyond mine to regularly paddle out to where they break. It was all worth it though when I caught probably the biggest wave of my life near the end of the day and rode it all the way to the shore. I’m pretty sure I walked straight off the beach after this, hoping that onlookers only saw my last 30 ...
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