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... one......."what's this....Tigers...oh, they haven't got any". However, my highlight of the day was when queuing to see the giant pandas, a big group of Japanese people starting walking through the queue to go to the front. No one said a word....until I stepped forward and said "excuse me, do you have special tickets that let you go straight to the front of the queue". They didn't, but neither did they speak any English, nor appear to understand any. I tried ...
... warm summers attract holidaymakers and expats from other parts of America and the world at large.
So we parked ourselves with Jacqui and Phil and their fluffy docile and very friendly cat, Marvin and allowed them to take complete control of our travel plans and sightseeing interests for the week. Oh, what indulgent pleasure we took in just handing everything over to these incredibly generous and hospitable friends and ...
... been until 10 years later when I found myself surrounded yet again by like-minded people at church and at home in my family. The principle of "free-will" has always been a hot topic for me.
It has lead me to become stubborn because I just value it so much and with the knowledge that I have allowed it to be taken advantage of more times than I'd like to admit.
The struggles of the heart and wills are difficult to describe and difficult to master. ...
... layout and attractions before purchasing passes for the 15 museums in the area. The park also houses the world famous San Diego Zoo. The museums are centered on a pedestrian area named the Prada. The building designs appear to be what you might see in Spain or maybe Italy from the classic period with ornate facades and decorated domes. They date from the Panama-California Exposition of 1935-36. The park itself contains a wide variety of plant and tree species and a ...
... in the port were going to be 3-4m so not safe for the tenders, it was decided to head to our second stop of Huatulco, Mexico which is not in the path of the hurricane. It is hard to believe that there is a hurricane out there as I sit and write this, the sky is blue with just a few scattered clouds and warm temperature of low 20s. The seas have a small swell out of the south so there is not a lot of movement of the ship. After lunch we walked the promenade deck for 3.6kms then sat ...
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