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... funding this trip and supporting me in all of my decisions. I would also like to thank the Oceanside School District science department, Mr. Gary, Ms. Kobes, Edison and Byron (our tour guides), and all of the amazing students who went to the Galapagos for truly making this trip a once-in-a-lifetime experience. - Noah E.
A special thanks goes out to all of those who made such an extraordinary experience possible: my parents for their support, Mr. Gary and ...
... s, Chop Grille and 150 Central Park. We ate at Giovanni's which served Italian cuisine. As Yang said, she thought the food would be "blah" but it was surprisingly excellent. Fresh, tasty and varied, we enjoyed ourselves immensely and will be back. We had scallops, beef tartare, lentil soup, veal osso bussco, veal tenderloin and crab meat ravioli (which was the only so, so thing). We also had 4 desserts. All this for about $23 each ($70 divided by the 3 meals we ...
... owned by Sly Stallone, Puff Diddy, The late Elizabeth Taylor and Gloria Estafan and Julio Englasias, the biggest house belonged to a bloke who owned a pharmacutical company... freaking amazing homes with boats at the back to match. After that we went back to Bayside and off the boat and onto the bus where we were whipped around the place, first stop Ocean Dve South Beach or as the locals call it. "Americas Riviera" and they wouldnt be far wrong ...
... an hour and a half hiking, we arrived at the glacier basin campground, where we stopped for a little snack break. Although it would have been a lovely lunch destination, it was only 10:30! And once we tanked up on some munchies, we continued on a different trail that lead us out of the campground, and closer to the river and glaciers. Only about 10 minutes in though we realized that this was a bit of a primitive trail, and we decided to just take a quick break ...
... the ship to look around the shops on the pier and a bit of the town. Once again a warm day, so only stayed on shore for a few hours then back on to the ship.
We arrived in Cozumel, Mexico on Thursday morning and rented a 2 door jeep for the day. Mum found it too hard to get in the back, so dad had to climb in past the front
seat (not real easy for an 81 year old, I have to say) and there was not a lot of leg room ...