Quality Inn & Suites
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... perfect for training. One of the step incline curve was very deep soft gravel and filled with unstable ruts. I was unable maintain the travel of the front tire and lost control of the bike. All went well as my riding training, safety gear and bike crash bars did their part of minimizing the injury to a couple scratches and no damage to the bike. It my sound scary but it was a amazing challenge trying to ride it out, access the situation and get the bike back up and down the road ...
... circus flyers out…most of them already knew the circus was coming and when I ran into the library quickly to drop off a handful of flyers (it was a last minute stop on the way back to the community center), a woman, who had seen the circus poster in the back of our RV, asked if she could have a flyer on her way back to her car.
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... After an early morning arrival in Papeete, take a short flight to the neighbor island of Moorea. Enjoy a half-day sightseeing tour of Moorea in the afternoon and experience the mythical "Bali Hai", made eternally famous by James Michener in his book, Tales of the South Pacific.
A free day, to relax on the beach, shop, eat and booze in Moorea
Flight leaves Moorea early this morning, connecting in Papeete to a nonstop flight ...
... move into a new home. It's home, but still doesn't feel like your home. And we looked around the house thinking, "We have so much space! We have so much stuff." It brings a whole new view on materialism. We don't need everything we have. Look at what the people in the Mathare Valley had...nothing. Yet they seemed so happy with life. They know no other life. The "stuff" we own and have access to has jaded us into thinking that is what will make us happy. ...