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... that somehow validates everything.
This is probably why I like travelling North America. Folks be friendly. Always a stranger happy to be included in your travel adventure. It's also why I've developed that annoying habit of talking to almost any person about anything. My friends will complain to you that I know too many people, spread myself way too thin, and yet I'll still be off making friends with the old toothless man in the ...
... came, Soti's daughter and her husband, with their daughter Natalea. Christina was also a week overdue and was expecting a little girl anytime! They were all lovely, Natalea got used to us after a while and played ball with Phil. It felt really nice to be around family.
The food arrived shortly after Christina arrived, there was lots! First we had sausage, then there was chicken wings & legs, rice, salad, lemon potatoes, tzatziki and appetizers too!! ...
... in town (showing Cirque Du Soleil - yes, Anna wants to go, and no, she isn't going to). The path to follow was brilliant, split in half, with one side for cyclists and roller-bladers and the other for walkers, both clearly indicated every few metres too. We followed it along knowing that the park was on the other side of the water, and after about 15-20 minutes we'd reached a bridge (a pretty big one, too) that crossed straight over. After crossing over, and getting back onto ...
... the bus. We are glad the #22 route takes us around the coast past Diamond Head, with good views of the surf, and past some pretty expensive real estate. The bus drive is quite a character, and gives us a running commentary, bemoaning the fact that he will never afford this sort of house. In an earlier lifetime, he has been a landscaper on some of the really flash homes. The bus route diverts from the coast into still upmarket areas, and we change drivers before getting onto ...
Young Reader's Edition " Looking like the Enemy" ISBN 978-0-939165-58-2
"Becoming Mama-San 80 years of Wisdom" ISBN 978-0-939165-62-9
by Mary Matsuda Gruenewald.
Words of Wisdom from Mary's Mama-San "What kind of memories will we want to have in twenty years of how we faced these difficulties now?"
Such a inspiring lady and I feel blessed that our paths crossed.