We had that right: a 24-hour pit stop in Guam (had to rest they up for the crush to come without a break) Chateau's estimated times were right on: estimated D/K at 11:45; actual 11:53; estimated for E/D 12:55; actual 12:55; estimate for C/M 1:45; actual 1:29.
What threw us off quite a bit was the "quick change" artistry of Mirna. To wit:
Drive to Guam Airport - Green top, grey shorts.
Walk to Plane - Green top, grey shorts
On the Plane - Black top, Green sweater
In cab at HNL - Black top, Green sweater
In Helicopter - Green top
Getting on the Zodiac - Green top, black shorts
On the Zodiac - Red bikini top, black shorts
Gettin off Zodiac - Red bikini top, black shorts
Driving Jeep - Green top, black shorts
Getting into Helicopter for return to HNL - Green top, black shorts
In the Helicopter - Red tee shirt, long black pants
San Franisco - Blue sweater over red tee shirt
So the Detour in Lanai was to ride the surfboard or dive in the cave; we had pretty much figured that out.
Final two-way ROADBLOCK (If you want to call it that) was perfectly hidden. There was a hint of what it was going to be, but nothing else.
Why did they only try for flights to Oakland and not San Francisco? Or did I miss something?
Somebody has some pull (perhaps the NW agent in Guam) as D/K and E/D start olff in Tourist Class, on NW 10 from NRT to HNL but after door is shut we now see them in plush Busiiness Class seats for the flight from NRT to HNL
And finally, if Puddin says something, do not doubt her for one minuite. Her boot list was perfect to the end (sorry about that Michael)
All in all one of the best TARs and we had a pretty good time tracing the actual travel in real time and figuring out the rest. TPTB threw us a couple of curve balls, but not too many.
Now a summer of travelling and possible sightings for TAR12.