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Can't believe no one picked one of Emma's culinary delights!
Rich - Palm Springs
Emma - Las Vegas
We are probably forgetting some of the Sri Lanka temperatures on this one.
Rich asks Dylan who has been the best behaved on our trip, "Dylan and Mummy, you two haven't been so good". Emma is very pleased with this answer. Although her answer to this question would probably have been Taya.
... only to have made purchases (aside from me and my toe shoes). I think she has spent $250 already. She is going to need every penny she has saved if she is going to continue at this rate.
We then went in search of chemist or drug store as they are known over here. Tia needed a wrist brace as it is hurting once again. I think it must be growing pains and I needed (desperately) some Vaseline as my nose is red raw from all of the blowing. Ouch!!!
... back all the supplies for the next year!
The amusement park had 5 or 6 antique rides that were all from the 1900 period and beautifully restored. We went on the swinging chairs, the whip, and the caterpillar. The rides were fascinating as the actions were all derived purely by mechanical means, levers, springs, cables, gears and pivots (most of which were visible with a lack of guards etc.) instead of PLC’s and hydraulics that control todays amusement rides.
... the "village" making paths through the grass so that it would look well used. To keep the fake chimneys smoking, a man went around lighting the beeswax in each one. It took 45 minutes for him to light each one and then he would have to start over as long as they were filming. We had about a 4 hour wait at the airport for our flight and it was a little late leaving. We arrived home the same day and almost the same time. We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Australia and New ...
... process, but one that can often be traced back to a single incident that lit the fire of revolution. Since Apartheid was legislated, there were a number of instances of resistance to the regime, but the most infamous was the Soweto Uprising, which was perhaps the catalyst that eventually led to the demise of Apartheid. It's unfortunate that revolution and bloodshed go hand and hand, but ultimately, this sad reality is a necessary evil, ...