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If you know Colin, you know that how we get to the Maldives is just as important as where we stay. He loves any chance he has to sit first class; I'm the lucky companion traveler who just appreciates being along for the ride! We flew out around noon Wednesday on a nonstop Asiana flight to Seoul. There were only four people total in first class, so Colin and I sat in window seat and the flight attendants set up two seats that were next to each other for our dinner. ...
... And sure enough, there it was, Ronald Reagan's grave. A nicely dressed tour guide was standing in front of it and told me about it. The words inscribed on the monument are classic Reagan: "I know in my heart that man is good. That what is right will always eventually triumph. And there's purpose and worth to each and every life." Well said. The nice lady was kind enough to take my picture in front of it. She said some of the exhibit is ...
... also have shows brought on board at the locations we visit. The
library is great, I packed a number of books but we will definitely
be into the library within the next few weeks. Reading is done on
the promenade deck, just like on the pictures of the old Atlantic
crossing ships, even the lounge chairs are the same.
is mainly walking, three and a half laps make a mile, Tom and I
probably do at least 8 laps a day. ...
... it up the steep roads it seemed.
We eventually arrived at a Walmart as Alex wanted to get a phonecard for the USA. It was notably a lot warmer here than San Fran, the sun was roasting. We went in quickly and bought one quickly and got a few pieces of food. Once back in the car we learnt the sim card was too small, so he went back in to get an adapter whilst I waited in the car. 45 minutes passed and still no sign, so I walked in pretty annoyed and he ...
... up... thanks Macushla for talking me out of buying a jedi robe and joining the crowd of crazy dressed up characters on the streets. We then had a few pints of Sierra Nevada before dinner (so cheap here!) and then went to The Palms Thai restaurant to try and get a glimpse of the infamous Thai Elvis.
We've also fallen in love with an American Whole Foods supermarket we found here in Venice. It's huge, complete ...