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    Honolulu, HI
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    Travel, woodwork, photography
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    NCL, AMA, Viking
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  1. In the same vein, only with the Archbishop of Canterbury.
  2. Update right now. I know Kauai just opted out of accepting the pre-test (yes, they can do that). I guess the best advise is check the Hawaii website regularly. We don't expect much to open up before next summer, to be safe. Pete
  3. I hadn't heard about it, but the information on the Costco page says it's approved and, even better, the Hawaii Department of Health has it on their approved list. https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel/
  4. Make sure you go to a "trusted partner" on their list. We've had people show up with tests from other labs only to find themselves stuck in a hotel room for 14 days. Even had a guy show up with a test from the VA last week after being assured by the nurse that did his test that it wouldn't be a problem. Keep checking the list, though, because providers are being added all the time. Pete
  5. Yes... but not this December. This is 2021. They are supposed to do a port call where we live, so I'll just go down, look at her and sigh.
  6. Here is his great review of a South American cruise on the Norwegian Dream.
  7. I second any of those reviews by Sailorjack. He has a way with words.
  8. It's still possible if things return to the original schedule, but you won't be able to spend a long time on Lanai. Here is the original schedule... Departs from Maui to Lanai at: 6:45am 9:15am 12:45pm 3:15pm 5:45pm Making the 9:15 would be "iffy" at best by the time you get into port, get your rental car, drive to Lahaina, and all the rest. Departs from Lanai to Maui at: 8:00am 10:30am 2:00pm 4:30pm 6:45pm So, taking the 12:45 to Lanai and the 6:45 back to Lahaina would be the only possibility. Info on parking can be found if you Google
  9. Regardless of how many pictures of Machu Picchu you see, there's nothing like walking around that last corner and seeing all that green and the ruins spread out before you. Utterly amazing. Doing my best Hiram Bingham impression.
  10. Probably testing the rule that sailboats have the right-of-way over power boats. 🙄
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