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  • "Let's take a short cut," he said. "It'll be fun," he said,Today was a looong day. We had our last breakfast at Aloha Guest House and left at around 9am. We were driving to the other side of the island. The west coast (main town and airport is Kona) is drier Posted by EricaJY in Cowboys and Leis | Dec 17, 2017
  • A different kind of adventureDecember 14 This trip is a different trip for me because I am used to travelling alone. This will be my third visit to Kona. It’s a laid back island with lots to explore. I will be travelling Posted by Samchow58 in The next chapter | Dec 15, 2017
  • A Dream is Realized (Katherine)It all started with an email from Charlie back in 2009. An idea was born, and we have spent the last 9 years taking small and large steps toward making it happen. And now, we are 39 days from leaving Posted by thecanons in The Grand Canon Adventure | Dec 14, 2017
  • Learning DayAfter breakfast we went to Lion’s Gate coffee farm. It was originally run by the old lady in the photo, but she told us her daughter does most of the work now. We cracked macadamia nuts and Cal tried to Posted by EricaJY in Cowboys and Leis | Dec 13, 2017
  • A night with Manta RaysBig day! Svetlana cooks a breakfast for the guests each morning at 8am. We are the only people currently staying here, so it is just us and our hosts. Svetlana alternates sweet and savoury breakfasts with a Russian-Hawaiian influence using Posted by EricaJY in Cowboys and Leis | Dec 13, 2017
  • At the gate!We left home super early because we did not know how long it would take to get here, but it in fact was quicker than it generally was from Fairfax. We are scheduled to take off on time. Posted by mlld3536 in Anniversary Trip | Dec 13, 2017
  • Departure Date is Friday, December 15th Posted by Mark Einstein in Sun Viking World Cruise | Dec 12, 2017
  • The Big IslandToday we flew to the Big Island. The Big Island is, shockingly, the biggest of the Hawaiian islands. Its name is actually Hawai’i, but this is confusing for people who refer to the islands collectively as Hawaii. Hawaiians pronounce w’s Posted by EricaJY in Cowboys and Leis | Dec 10, 2017
  • Beaches, Waterfalls, TurtlesToday we headed to the North Shore for some nature. We were picked up at 8.30am after a quick breakfast (waffles!) at Lulu’s. The bus driver was an old, large Hawaiian man named AC. He had Posted by EricaJY in Cowboys and Leis | Dec 10, 2017
  • Australia Dec. 2017 - Jan. 2018==OK in Brief our Plans for Australia== LA to Brisbane - Leaving Dec. 16th Arriving Dec. 18 (because of International Date Line) Brisbane to Melbourne Dec. 22nd Melbourne to Sydney Dec. 29th Sydney overni Posted by gdaym8 in KateandCoach | Dec 10, 2017
  • Luau, Disney styleFor breakfast we walked to a place called Heavenly. It a healthy, local and responsibly sourced restaurant. I had the breakfast special which was delicious. My poor legs and feet had unatt Posted by EricaJY in Cowboys and Leis | Dec 10, 2017
  • Aloha OahuUp at 5am, we began the 16 hour transit to Oahu, Hawaii. We caught a Wingz (Uber for airports) at 5.30am and had a 3.5 hour flight to San Diego with Alaska Airlines. This first flight was fine; the staff Posted by EricaJY in Cowboys and Leis | Dec 10, 2017
  • One Foot UpIt was cheaper to fly British Airways booking directly with them, then with AA as a code share. We are flying first class to Heathrow and we will not check the scooter this time - just ask them to Posted by greatgrandmaR in 2016 - Tulip Cruise in Holland | Apr 10, 2016
  • WEEKS # 06 & 07 looking for a home<!--StartFragment-->Hello everyone, On those 2 weeks we stay in Los Barriles, as Paul and Alma were going back to CA, to spend Alma’s birthday and for Paul to see his doctor. We stay at their place taking care of the house, the Posted by oceaneweekly in Adventures by oceaneweekly | Jul 27, 2016
  • Week #5 Los Cabos<!--StartFragment-->Hello everyone, This week we left “El Triunfo” 45” from “Los Barriles” where we spent a night at Paul and Alma. Next day we went to “El Choro” after “Santiago” to visit a property. Then we hit the road to go to “Cabo Posted by oceaneweekly in Adventures by oceaneweekly | Jul 23, 2016
  • Week #4 El Triunfo at Link B&B<!--StartFragment-->Hello everyone, This week we left La Paz and on our way to Los Barriles we spent few days in El Triunfo as at the beginning of our trip we really had no time to visit it. You can find all Posted by oceaneweekly in Adventures by oceaneweekly | Jul 3, 2016
  • On week # 3 we went to La Paz<!--StartFragment-->On week # 3 we went to La Paz You will find some of our pictures and some pictures I found on the Internet. Following is a little historic of La Paz. La Paz means, Peace, is the capital city of the Posted by oceaneweekly in Adventures by oceaneweekly | Jun 16, 2016
  • Week # 2 Los Barriles<!--StartFragment-->Hello Everyone, Do not forget if you clic on one picture twice you can see them bigger. On week # 02, we stay at Los Barriles taking care of Paul and Alma’s home including the 2 dogs, Cisco and Posted by oceaneweekly in Adventures by oceaneweekly | May 26, 2016
  • First week in B.C.S.Hi Everyone, Do not forget if you clic on one picture twice you can see them bigger. we are now in an Internet zone so I will try to post more info and pictures on the blog First a little info about Posted by oceaneweekly in Adventures by oceaneweekly | Apr 24, 2016
  • Arriving in El Triunfo<!--StartFragment--> Day 03: Living Santa Rosalia at 8:12 on the road again, desert, cactus, desert............Finally we are getting close to Loretto and the SEA of CORTEZ what a beauty the blue is so intense, hundred of Islands, small pirates cr Posted by oceaneweekly in Adventures by oceaneweekly | Apr 8, 2016
  • Down the Baja<!--StartFragment-->Day 02: We left Saint Quintin early in the morning and stop for Breakfast at El Rosario at “Mama Espinoza” She had just died a week ago at the age of 109 years old. We meet her grand' son Jorge Posted by oceaneweekly in Adventures by oceaneweekly | Apr 8, 2016
  • Day o1<!--StartFragment--> Day 01: We enter Mexico thru the new Tijuana border very modern, very fancy. There we stop to get our tourist Visas valid for 6 months the 3 girls who attended us were adorable they tried to speak French with Posted by oceaneweekly in Adventures by oceaneweekly | Mar 26, 2016
  • The Arbaut's launching ramp to Baja CaliforniaThe moving is nearly finish after so many months. Being at Laurent's was a great transition preparing us to our exploring trip to Baja California. Next Stop Mission Viejo 5 days at Michel's daughter to say our good Posted by oceaneweekly in Adventures by oceaneweekly | Mar 14, 2016
  • Raison d'Etre I had my eye on a river cruise in the Holland to see the tulips for some time. I had many discussions with my travel Posted by greatgrandmaR in 2016 - Tulip Cruise in Holland | Apr 9, 2016
  • California Central Coast CampingThis is probably the last road trip I will ever take along the California Central Coast. As much as I dislike Southern California, I LOVE the Central Coast. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/510746/Ol___95_Is.._Campground.jpg caption=Ol' '95 Is Hap Posted by pscotterly in Down Under | Dec 9, 2017
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