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... off to turn in the car.
They wanted us to make sure I called them at least an hour ahead of time so they had someone available to drive me back to where I needed to be dropped off. About halfway back from Silverdale, a 'stabilitrak' service light came on the dash of this new Chevy Malibu (about 11,000 miles) . . . when we stopped once, it went out when restarting, but it eventually came on again. I left the car running so I could show them that . . . and they had ...
... had been missing Chinese food so we ate at one of the local Chinese restaurants and had a great meal!
The next day we stocked up at the local farmers market. It was a good size and they had a great token system so if you didn't want to use cash you could buy tokens with your credit card. They had lots of booths with yummy food to choose from!
Olympic National Park was ...
... stand out in my mind, even though they both turned out to be memorable;
· Our first experience in Japan in the port city of Amori – we had prepared ourselves as best we could and decided we would travel from Amori by train to a Hirosaki Castle about 24 miles southwest. We could not speak, nor could we read basic Japanese. We went confident that we could “find a way”, ...
... spotted a creature scurrying across the road in front of us. Once we got closer, we had an amazingly close look at the endemic Olympic Marmot! An animal that looks like a hybrid of a beaver and a guinea pig. It was incredibly brave and seemed almost undisturbed by our car's close proximity to its burrow. However, our great luck had to come to an end because before maybe 20 seconds of observing the marmot, another car pulled up behind us and pushed us forward toward ...
... of people that were just streaming down from near our hostel. We were intrigued so when we got back we googled them – turns out it was something called the DDP – Decentralised Dance Party. The premise behind it was that a notice goes out and everyone turns up to a point in the city – they then tune in to a radio station that has been set up especially to find out what is going on and where everyone is. It was so cool to see everyone. I really wanted to ...
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