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Best Bikinis for Small Chests

Best Bikinis for Small Chests

Find the best bikinis to flatter a smaller chest.
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The City of Refuge: Hawaii

The City of Refuge: Hawaii

History paints this sacred spot near Kona, Hawaii as a safe zone for taboo perpetrators. When someone would commit a crime such as murder, they would flee to this spot hoping to make it over the walls you see here into the "safe zone" before the family or loved ones of your victim found you to serve their own justice.
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Camping Rapa Nui Style

Camping Rapa Nui Style

When I reminisce about the experience, I realize how much this experience taught me. The way of life on the island is different from life at home in America. Interacting with the locals showed me the importance of family, a sense of community, and appreciation of nature. I saw the harmony with nature that the islanders felt, and how they treated everyone as a member of their own family. I fell asleep listening to howling winds and branches scratching the tin roof, grateful that the memories of that day would be with me forever even though the adventure was over. 
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The  Rapa Nui Horseman

The Rapa Nui Horseman

On the way back to the hotel, we passed a Rapa Nui man riding his horse up the cobble stone street. He had long, jet black hair tamed out of his face with a bandana, wild dark eyes, and a beard that rivals Captain Jack Sparrow's. He dressed his tall, lanky, muscular body with a white tank top, camouflage pants (a local attire favorite), and army boots.
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