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Well can you believe it!! Our villa key lost at sea in the lagoon on Rarotonga was found floating in the sea (it was in a waterproof bag) by someone and returned to us at our villa 3 hours before we left for the airport, amazing. We flew into Phoenix where we stayed overnight in the old part of Scottsdale and picked up a nice rental car, a Jeep Compass. We had dinner in the town where there were 134 art galleries and other nice shops including ...
We left to go to the Pima Air space Museum Tucson which holds over 300 airplanes including a space gallery. We spent over 2 hours walking around the hangars and outside in the desert. Every piece of american history is a reflection of all of those aircraft used in World War II bombers to now. We didn't get to see everything, too tired to walk any further. It was well worth the time to see this. We then drove over to see what they call the Bone grave yard where there ...
... we approached bright
Angel lodge it got busier and we started seeing people from our coach
trip. Visiting the Canyon during monsoon season has it's benefits as
we pretty much had the trail to ourselves. When we got to the lodge
we drunk water from the Canyon spring, and had time to quickly grab a
cup of hot chocolate and Earl Grey . . .. bandage up Lynn's feet and
buy some postcards. On the way back we stopped at another little
service station on route ...
... we rely on our customers for what we sell - books, music, movies, video games and systems, magazines, comics, electronics, tchotchkes, and musical instruments, and more. That's nearly 114,000 combined square feet of media recycled from the community. We provide the shelves but it's your stuff that goes on them.
Ironically, I was watching Amazing Race this past Sunday and they had the people go to the island of Bora Bora. It was beautiful and wonderfully inviting. By coincidence, our cruise takes us to Bora Bora and all of its delights.
Bora Bora is an island in the Leeward group of the Society Islands of French Polynesia, a collection of France in the Pacific Ocean. In its first language is would be called Pora Pora or first born. The island ...
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