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... enhanced by the addition of the other culture we embraced."
This is story is meant to awaken you to what happens on board, not meant as a negative in any way. Without all these people “BEHIND THE SCENES”, you would never be on a ship and enjoying all the far exotic corners of the world with unpacking once and making that ship your home for weeks and months.
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... which proceeded to stop at the Stadium and make us all get off, three more trolleys came and ended there... 25 minutes later the trolley came that would take us to El Cajon and we made it back to the car. Had no problems sleeping after such a good meal, but didn't hurt to go to the liquor store and her 6 bottles of cider to help me along :) we now have a fridge full of alcohol and chocolate!! Next Stop: Kayaking in La Jolla, Air and Space Museum and Ripley's Believe it or ...
... there all day and never be board.
Start to plan a few things to do over the next few days and the first trip is to San Diego zoo, which is lovely. Much more like a park than an actual zoo. We arrive about 11.00 and decide to take the bus tour to find our way around the park. After the bus trip we take the gondola over the park, as the weather is not looking too promising with high winds forecast for the afternoon. Now it is time to explore ...
... ensconced in luxury, they gorge their tight bellies on manna and necture, reserved for the proletariat. Like Dorothy, Toto and the three Amigos arriving for an audience with the great Oz, they are pampered, polished, puffed and primed. Their craft is washed and lubricated. Their lauder restocked.
A new influx of funding is received with the appropriate blessings and ...
... journey. It starts on the island of Maui. Maui is the second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands. In 2010, Maui had a population of 144,444, third-highest of the Hawaiian Islands.
Maui is a leading whale-watching center in the Hawaiian Islands. The Humpback whales winter here. They migrate approximately 3,500 miles from Alaskan waters each autumn and spend their winter months mating and birthing in the warm waters of Maui. Unfortunately, I will ...