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... of the events of that day. Many other displays gave the full story of all the work that went into making that day a reality. There was also a huge monument on a nearby hill, from which they started testing in a glider.
That evening we returned to the campground that we had discovered that morning. It was called Adventure Bound and was for tents only. No RVs! It also had a youth hostel. It was a ...
... sand over the roads than on the beach.
A few places a little further down the coast seemed to get hit a lot harder than we did and have had trees down, power out and some minor damage to some houses eg parts of roofs off etc. There has been no reports of injury or loss of life which is good.
The wind will probably be very strong for at least another 24 hours and the ...
... can also exchange and withdraw money from inside the banks. Make sure you look up the exchange rate beforehand so you know how much to withdraw. When you're leaving the country and you have a bunch of their currency leftover, use the currency exchange place in the airport. They take a percentage.
Language is not necessary. I'm not saying be an ignorant American and don't learn any foreign language, you should definitely learn some basics, but ...
... the day. Sun going down, beautiful bridge and gazebo. Curiosity leads me into a tent - it's for the wedding planning event. Make up lies and take pictures. Keep going north.Turn around wear the road ends, at least the paved on. Road on the sand begins, yawning between dunes, waves bursting towards it, 4-wheel drive vehicles - Jeeps and trucks - coming and going. I turn around, head back, reviewing the places I noted ...
Today we drove down the North Carolina coast to Kill Devil Hills near Kitty Hawk to see the site of the first powered flight by the Wright brothers. The national memorial was great and the coast is beautiful.
Even though it is very hot and humid and our s'more chocolate melted (boo) we were able to enjoy it. We stuck the chocolate on the floor near the air conditioning and felt ok to move on! Sorry, got side tracked about ...