Trade Winds Central Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Getting final preparations done... Emailed buddies in China, practiced the "Chicken Dance", and ready to meet at the airport on Friday morning!
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Getting excited now!!
... at lunchtime and after some tech calls to the cable company got everything back online, and I printed off our tickets for the evening along with the Renaissance Faire tickets for Phoenix and our Grand Canyon tickets for Las Vegas.
I had planned to go and watch Richard play disc golf that morning but sadly never got round to it thanks to all the mini disasters. Still, Mik was over at the ...
... way of life the Cherokee had before was much more to my tastes, even without the modern comforts.
On our way back to Broken Arrow we had a random discussion about Bill Nighy and his bow ties thanks to a throwaway line in Alex’s book, and we managed to avoid the traffic despite a quick stop at Target to replenish the coffee supplies. We chilled out back home with Aunty Di until it was time for dinner at Osaka Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi!
Osaka is a ...
... returned as well. With a house full of people we had pizza takeaway for dinner and very nice it was too.
Alana was over as well and she ended up curling hers and Hayley’s hair. Mum told me that she thought Alana and Hayley were very similar and she is absolutely right. I think they may be twin souls… This led to a discussion that maybe there is a version of Hayley in every country. Scary huh? ...
... and Sweden).
Reykjavík is the capital city of the Republic of Iceland.
Hvannadalshnukur (2,119m) is the highest point in Iceland.
Vatnajokull glacier in Southeast Iceland is Europe’s largest glacier.
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In 1963 a new volcano appeared in the Atlantic close to Iceland. It grew to become an island now called Surtsey.<