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... the dancer is using her hands. Or the type of materials that are used in her costume. This is also true of Samoan and Tongan dance.
Shared similarities of this art form makes up the beauty of Polynesian dance. The stark differences makes for the excitement.
Whether you are watching Hawaiian, Tahitian, Samoan, Tongan or Maori, they all tell a story.
... boarded and 'cast off' for "The Rock".
The interesting thing about the Ferry is it is primarily powered by solar panels and wind generators. The informative signs around the boat explained how the power is generated and stored and you get to see the power generation and 'output' on the instrumentation panels on each deck.
Alcatraz Island was first documented by the Spaniard, Juan Manuel de Ayala in 1775, who charted the San Francisco Bay and named it "La Isla de ...
... were massive and that warning turned out to be very true. The positive side was that there were some nice views of the city. By the time we got to our train we were exhausted, by the time we got off our train we realized we still had a tough six block climb to our apartment straight uphill. We slept well that night. Maureen was not impressed with our seven mile walk that day.
... the most photographed city in America. Suddenly the number of photos taken doubled. It was the first disaster ever filmed by amateurs so 1000s of folks with their just-invented cameras documented the event.
Then it was time for cocktails at 6 pm followed by dinner in one of the hotel's ballrooms. A pleasant way to start the week.
Note: We have traveled with Tauck six times now, but this is our first ...
... Chris called my attention to a poster of our nephew Jesse Keeler and his band Death from Above -- it was that well known picture of Jesse and his fellow band member, both sporting elephant snouts. What a delightful surprise!
From there we rode the famous cable cars and historic street car down to Fisherman's Wharf, where the first thing ...