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... to seeing some new places meeting some new people and are really excited about returning to Mount Maunganui in New Zealand and meeting up with some great friends we made on our previous journeys.
We are really enjoying the comments from everyone and are looking forward to sharing our journey with all of you.
Until next time from Hawaii
Dave and ...
... town and Powell Park, I returned to the library meeting place. I parked myself on a bench and waited for Maura. Sitting in the hot sun, watching the ebb and flow of humanity conjured up Ocean City, Maryland memories. Every Marylander knows about "goin' down the ocean and people watching on the boardwalk." Absorbed ...
... Niagra Falls and then on to Montreal.
This trip -- some may recall, was in the stead of our trip to England, Scotland and Wales.
So on this trip, I have been to Glasgow. London -- I wonder where I will find Wales?
Over all, having a good time, enjoying the trip (immensely) and the best, I am sure, is still ahead in PEI, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
How the heck did Maine get to jut right up through Canada like that?
... 8220;How’s it going mucker?”
“Not bad; glad you could make it.”
“Yeah. Bloody GPS”
He parked in front of the garage and allowed me to admire his bike. One year newer than mine, but exactly the same in stock trim, Nige had tarted his ride up with a Yoshimura Tri-Oval exhaust, red chrome stickers, an alarm, a niftily mounted GPS unit (which seemed to be having a bit ...
... were. There was always a great mix of people and dress, and the vendors in the terminal and those who tried to sell on the bus, whenever we stopped, were very interesting. You could buy any type of food or drink (not alcohol) imaginable.
Garbage was collected daily, and the streets of most towns and cities were swept clean, by hand, overnight.
Many cities had cobblestone or interlocking brick roads. This was especially true in the places that had mountains ...