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Travel Blogs from Bradley
... 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
... early afternoon to Melbourne. After arrival, transfer to your hotel; the afternoon is free.
In the afternoon visit Warrook Farm, a working cattle ranch and enjoy the opportunity to feed kangaroos. At Philip Island visit the Koala Conservation Center, where a treetop boardwalk allows close-up views of the cute critters! Later, head to the beach to see the vast seal population on the island and at dusk, enjoy the famous parade when fairy penguins ...
... and went in. I had no idea which seat I would be in, so I was thinking “Please oh please not a middle seat.” I arrived straight to my middle seat (haha). It was not a middle seat that I hated though. It was on the front row so we had no seats in front of us, only the tv, which meant we had room to stretch our legs and it was VERY spacious compared to the other seats. I sat beside a woman who did not speak my language and a man that was in his 50's and he ...
... down the hallway in her heels to come to the desk and forget why she came up to Roos walking down the hallway saying "Chill Jill"to Mike pushing my stuff off the counter to Michael and his British voice to Dan and his great wording of words to Jenna having some of the best customers to Marcie and how she's always in the best mood ever to Sarah always having my back in T-shirt handing out to to Tj for always making sure im ...
... amount of dirt and dust and add to this a
certain amount of neglect and rubbish, and don't forget the potholes
filled with water along with horse and donkey droppings everywhere,
stray dogs and cats and you have found a place you could call home and
enjoy the shopping experience.
Carrying on the R304 it
went through a little bit of a gorge whilst it was climbing up the side
of a mountain, eventually to 1200 m, but whilst it was on the ...