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... ended up dying of the infection. That gave more credence to the "mummy's curse" myth.
Inside the actual burial chamber they found four rectangular boxes (shrines) that almost filled the room. They were made of gold, each one nesting inside the other. Finally there was a stone box and inside that they found three nesting coffins. In the third was the actual mummified body of the 18 year old King Tutankhamun wearing a gold mask. ...
... on? My key doesn’t work”. A myriad of other room situations and issues keep the purser/reception staff at peak performance helping passengers settle in to their cruise. My favorite is “I asked for a balcony room and there is a building in front of it!”….”Sir the building will sail at 5 o’clock”! (This is just a joke, courtesy of the comedian onboard!)….. I hadn’t been below deck since my days at sea ...
... if he would switch with me so we got to sit together on the long flight across the ocean. It was very interesting since we had two sunrises. When we left Sydney the sun was up and the day well begun. After we had been flying for a while we flew out of the morning and into the night. Eventually, we found another sunrise.
Home very ...
... how he made his fortune. We were on the road to San Diego before 10am. We stopped a few times along the way for coffee and gas.. Found our hotel easy enough and we all needed to take a walk. We stayed in the old town area so it was really nice and there was heaps of Mexican restaurants around. We walked around looking at some shops and old buildings and lights. We had dinner outside in a small courtyard and had our first Mexican meal! ...
A brief background:
It took my first official teaching position getting cancelled, a long-time-coming-response to homesickness, and Isai's brother Omar leaving San Diego to get us to commit - on video - that we'd be in Puebla by the following month.
We did it.
What I anticipated to be a four week ("six weeks max," I'd said) visit/stay turned into three months time divided all over Puebla, ...