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Our hotel is close the Kennedy Space Centre and we had book an Astronaut Training Experience at t Astronaut Hall of Fame. Hamish a ball of excitement. About five other families there on the day. Issued t-shirts and hats, into briefing and Q&A by real astronaut, then sequenced through activities. Included motion training getting swirled around in all axis, all tried, bar Caragh who prefers breakfast to remain inside the body. Climbed up and down wall ...
... missions and spent time on the International Space Station. He mostly spoke about what it was like in the weightless conditions in orbit. It seems that by-and-large space farers adjust to the conditions fairly easily, even though you may think the absence of the feeling of a downward direction would be completely disorienting. He did tell the story of a fellow astronaut who, shortly after returning from space, let go of ...
... t have the time to take a picture of me with this big brown spider on my calf!
Also, even if I don't have a lot of work experience with garden, I learned three rules during my first week that I will remember for the next weeks!
1-Never have a white t-shirt when you are weeding!
2-Never have sox when you are watering!
3-You never had enough sun scream!
Who knows? Maybe maybe I will learn new ones next ...
... you dizzy, so dizzy you can't function. Happily there were pills available and for a mear $2.19 for 6 pills, brought to you from Room Service and WA LA you were cured as long as you take them every few hours.
The final disappointment was the worst. We sat down at a table for 10 for dinner. Only two young people at the table were first time cruises, the rest of us seasoned sailors. We received our menus and after 1- 2 maybe ...
... one catch a fish which was quite cool).
We finally arrived at the JFK Space Center, and made a beeline for the iMax Theaters. They were really good in HD, especially when we saw some of the pictures from the Hubble Space Telescope, which absolutely blew me away. Seriously, my jaw physically dropped.
Turns out we missed the penultimate rocket launch by a week, which we were both REALLY gutted about (Will ...