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Leaving Hawaii

I’m finally leaving Hawaii today. I’m off to Guam for my SEVENTH crossing of the International Date Line of my trip. This is also be the longest flight of my trip by a wide margin. It might just be the longest flight I take during the entire trip.

I am very much ready to leave Hawaii. Waikiki has grown sort of stale and I’m ready for something new. I have absolutely no preconceived notions of what Guam will be like, so it should be interesting. I’ll be flying in and out of Guam several times as I visit the neighboring countries.

My schedule for the next few weeks includes Saipan (Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands), Majuro (Republic of the Marshall Islands), Kosare (Federated States of Micronesia), Phonpei (FSM), Chuuk (FSM), Yap (FSM) and Palau.

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  1. K says:

    You’re so lucky to be travelling around Micronesia. Palau is one of my favorite places. Definitely somewhere to go after nearly freezing in Korea.

  2. Sheila says:

    I hope you will get to return to Hawaii and see some other areas and islands. Some people love Waikiki, but I’m not really a Waikiki person. Outside of Waikiki, it’s easy to find secluded beaches and awesome hiking trails with rewarding views.

  3. Courtney says:

    Gary, do you miss Hawaii? Thanks for the postcards they are on our fridge!!

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