The country your sister most recently visited is:
The last step:
Some final notes:
Regarding the handwritten note:
A final easter egg:
I absolutely loved this puzzle! It hit the exact blend of "curse you" and "a-ha!" moments to make for a really enjoyable time. I sincerely admire the ...
Combined with @jafe's extra solutions, we now have a complete set of answers to the clues. These are:
Solutions as follows...
Gestures to stop Jacks' paving stones (solved by @jafe)
Oh! Tiny reformation chaos at data transmission
Occasion (the first) to initiate moderator election
Circular execution of queer joshes up with issue (solved by @jafe)
Sad Wally, ugliest Alcatraz impala, mimeo abhorrer, lava continuo, kneels.
Mean nerd met imperiled underservant; cuckoo kisses Ina Nagle.
Met nerd, men worry cello neoclassicism negate Icaria tox lava.
So the answer is:
Stiv found the correct theme. Just to fill in the rest of the clues:
1. Gestures to stop Jacks' paving stones
4. Circular execution of queer joshes up with issue
7. Encrpytion device by jerk confuse implicit problem
8. Puzzle rejection twice by chickpeas
I know this isn't it, but I got on this train of though and couldn't get off. Not a real guess but I had fun with it
Do exactly what I tell you.
Ask me if you see the moon.
That, over there; pick it up.
State your name, for the record.
Mentor me in simple English.
Add two more, then report back to me.
Find a nervous man, then tell him this:...
I think the answer is
Jasmin, or juniper, the suffix is one.
Obscured and unseen, until we are done.
Next is the prefix, for summer's flowers.
Exactly; eight chunks, of ninety-three hours.
Summer the best time, in fact, just July; together made history, a season in time.
This is vastly different from my existing answer, so I'll add it in another one. I'm pretty sure this is it. Heavy thanks to @LordFarquaad for finding a LOT of this (and they deserve the bounty:)
As already confirmed:
Go to the bottom you'll see:
Rounded but right there with me:
Every morning, each open warning:
Negating the color you see:
This feels a bit underdetermined to me, probably meaning that I'm missing some hidden hints that nail things down further. But here's one thing we can do, which meets the explicitly given requirements:
where we take
My guess is
Sneak in the prefix, while hunting for boar; beware of bobcats, their swift silent roar.
Ask for the infix, obviously straight; oh, no that’s a lie, oh well, too late.
Indeed yes the suffix, similar to here; maybe that was the lie, in that is my fear.
And the acrostic
I'm not sure about the future and time aspect of it, though.
Some parts of this may be a bit stretched, but hopefully it's close enough to the solution.
i sail eastwards
sleep i concede
riches i could earn
musings of nights spent oblivious of need
One place that links all the clues is
I have 2 possible answers. But let me try this one first.
Is it perhaps
Looking for an exit? You won't escape that easily,
Overwhelmed with hexes, I'll make you shift uneasily,
So many questions, but so little time,
Too few suggestions, forbidden to climb.
Perhaps you follow the old adage, to have one hand always on me.
A foolish attempt, useless baggage, you can never trust what you see.
Take heed to be ...
What does the http and https stand for in a web address?
What is the internet protocol suite called?
What important piece of hardware began mass production in 1958?
What protocol replaced DIXIE and DAS in 1993?
Which would give:
Search for the answer, next knows the way.
Tell me the apple wants me to stay.
Eat quite the bill.
I think these are
If you lock your computer, when you walk away; one seems to show, with spectacular fame.
A short brutal riddle, it takes quite some time; but within the answer, 'tis two you will find.
One in the same, I'd like some pi; but first can you tell me, what am I?
Hopefully these riddles, aren't bothering you; for Joe has a six, gleaming, ...
I believe the answer is:
Some work is done here which is really just my though process so forgive the lack of structure:
My suffix is my prefix, defined for both as well;
My infix has one anagram, its colored yellow, and smells.
After the final hint:
Explanation of hint one:
Are you a
Take the prefix and circle the answer; a short and angled climb.
Examine the infix and you will see; one out of two in a line.
Study the suffix using your eyes; a letter both you and I know.
Throw twenty-six, at the end of the mix; the answer is finally shown.
I have one possible answer albeit only partial. This is my first answer in this community so I don't know whether it is acceptable to answer partially or not.
1) What is the answer to the captain's riddle
2) How was I able to answer the riddle?
Now, first line from Captain's riddle: Rotated right, the suffix is there; tell me, oh tell me, what is four ...