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March 04, 2013


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Love booking your trips, Mike. Rampages of appreciation for your loyal patronage and rock on attitude in de islands.

What about da pastechi's?

Hooray! Kayaks!

I should have only been hopeful for this post to attract Bonnie Queen of the Kayak Bloggers! Yes B, Sally (still waiting for her jibe song) and I did take to kayaks on this trip, and given the good times will do so when we return next year.

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