Friday, February 26, 2010

Across Oceans

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Across the Oceans









I have travelled across oceans
leaving home at 9am
I arrived at my destination
at 3pm the following day














I took three flights
and spent 12 hours
in the air

leaving 32 C at home
and 99% humidity
I am enjoying 
a cool 25C














Where am I?





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28 comments:

  1. I am not good at games like this, but I'll take a chance and guess: Hawaii.

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  2. Are you here in Hawaii?!

    Kauai, perhaps?

    Do visit me and say "Aloha."


    Aloha, Friend!


    Comfort Spiral

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  3. Well you're not in Canada, that's a much longer flight.

    But that leaves a huge chunk of the world where you might hide.

    With your rooster.

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  4. Hi Tom

    well there are many many roosters here - wild ones...

    Happy days

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  5. Hi Barry

    I did have trouble at customs with my rooster but they at last relented when he crowed Waltzing Matilda...

    Canada Canada ...with palm trees....in the trade winds....???

    Happy days

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  6. Hello and Aloha Cloudia...

    may all your days be balmy...

    Happy days

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  7. Hi Jennifer

    palms trees may suggest that Jennifer, but roosters in Waikiki???


    Happy days

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  8. I bet it is Hawaii because of the free roaming rooster, but I may be wrong.

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  9. Your travel from sea to sea stymies me. I need more clues, Delwyn!

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  10. Hi Larry
    I just missed you at your place!

    you know about roosters do you?

    we call them roo sters- rhymes with zoo

    but here the are called rus ters

    and they crow at any time of the day or night...

    Happy days

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  11. Hi Barb

    more clues for you:

    I crossed the international date line so that when I arrived it was the same day that I left!


    they speak english (sort of)


    roosters rule!


    it is winter


    but warm


    how's that?

    Happy days

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  12. Kaui! Hanalei to be exact. The chickens gave you away!

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  13. Hi Nancy

    someone else who knows about roosters and chickens maybe...

    Happy days

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  14. I googled it Delwyn...Kauai is known for it's Wild Roosters!!!

    Hope you're having fun, it's still snowing here!

    Smiles...Wanda

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  15. I won't play because I already know.

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  16. It's a beautiful place wherever it is.

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  17. Delwyn

    Wherever you are--have a great time!

    Best
    Tracy :)

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  18. that place, though i dunno where it was...was really adorable:)

    visit my blog :P

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  19. Hmmm, I think you are farther East than Hawaii, because of the time you said you spent in the air. I would have said Mexico, except you said they spoke English, sort of. After spending time in the Caribbean this Summer, and seeing roosters all over the place, I'd say you were in the BVI or USVI. Except those mountains in your photos look a lot taller than the ones I saw there... hmmm... more clues please?

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  20. Yes, the wild roosters have stumped me. South America perhaps? Mexico? I did entertain the idea of Hawaii... but the roosters are still perplexing!

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  21. Fiji? Tonga? Bora Bora? I give up, wherever you are it's simply gorgeous. I know nothing of wild roosters

    Have a great relaxing time
    Love
    Ele xx

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  22. Hi Lola

    and wild roosters know nothing about clocks or sunrise for that matter...

    thanks for the kind thoughts

    Happy days

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  23. hello Vicky

    I read that the roosters may have been brought here for cock fighting in days gone by. Their numbers seem to have increased over the last few years and some say it is due to the hurricane that tore through here about 18 years ago...

    Happy days

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  24. hello Jennifer #2

    I don't know what those initials stand for Jennifer?

    We flew 2 hours to Sydney then 9.5 hours to the capital and then another 20mins to our final destination...

    Happy days

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  25. Hi Tracey, Ellen, Ayu, and Dan

    thanks for calling over

    Happy days

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  26. Hello Wanda

    well it is raining here and it does a lot of that...in fact it is one of the wettest spots on earth just down the road where they record 400" of rain a year.

    You are a clever pixie to google Wanda..

    Happy days

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