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John Wilkerson

Possumneck, Mississippi

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AHow to go about setting up a phone in another country?

In France, there are 19,000 wifi spots per 100,000 persons.  Compare to 3000 in the US.  Of course, you would not want to make financial instruction calls while using the Boul Mich Starbucks wifi. I was able to get one month data roaming plan from ATT for $30 when I... See More


ASeattle: Seattle and Portland! What are hidden gems in these cities?

If you have time, Mount Saint Helens​ is about two hours north of Portland​.   Also, the original grand Portland hotel where Elvis stayed is now an Embassy Suites about two blocks from the light rail on the river, across the street... See More


AKaua'i: Must see places on Kauai?

Go visit the Art Cafe Hemingway​: both a gallery and a cafe Kapaa. Open Wed-Sunday.  Check the hours at  http://www.artcafehemingway.com/ Afterward, go wander on the beach. Otherwise, check Yelp for restaurants.  We liked Kiibo Restaurant​... See More


QDominican Republic: How are the "all inclusive" resorts in the Dominican Republic?

I see lots of "all inclusive" in the Dominican Republic. How are they and what are your experiences? See More


QFrance: How is the wifi in France? Do I need to get a phone plan?

WSJ reports that France has 19000 wifi spots per 100,000 people.  Do I need a phone plan in France for international calls then? See More


QFrance: Can I make wifi telephone calls in France?

I understand France has the deepest penetration of wifi in the world.  So, why get a cell phone in France? See More


QLos Barriles: Any suggestions regarding Los Barriles north of San Jose del Cabo?

Looking for suggestions on hotels and things to do like fishing, etc.. See More




   
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