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... on Tuesday. We will spend one night and most of the next day there. Then we're departing for Norway where we will have two stops on Friday and Saturday. After viewing those beautiful fjords (not really sure what that is), we head toward Iceland with a stop in the Faroe Islands on Monday. We arrive at our first Icelandic stop (Gundarfjörour) on Wednesday and then on ...
... on TravelPod using my iPad while traveling and then jot down the highlights in my "old school" version when I get home. After all, there's still nothing better than the handwritten word...in my opinion! To make life easier with so much typing, I purchased a keyboard for my iPad. It sure makes for a heavier ...
... given health checks before and after, and each astronauts is supported by 8 divers. Once finished, they are put in a hypovaric chamber if there is any sign of the bends. No, the fun stuff. The pool is the size of 120m by 100m, has 5 million litres of water that was put in in the 1989s and is the same water. From here, it was off to mission control. There are actually 3 mission controls, mirroring one another. I met with the staff and spoke ...
... took notes and said all would be handled.
That was not what happened. It took several different calls and emails to the company to finally get the issue resolved. Word of advice: NEVER LEAVE THE COUNTER WITHOUT A RECEIPT!!!
Had more family visits in Austin and even managed to get in a trip out to McKinney Falls to spend one night there before heading back to Llano to regroup and head to Santa Fe.
... their bodies burnt. The Texas army finally met the Mexican army on this spot where I was. The Mexicans were the superior force but were arrogant. They were perusing the Texans and stopped here to rest and to have a siesta on the banks of a marshy river. This spot was to easily encircle, the only escape was a bridge that they assumed was secured. The Mexicans rested with no lookouts. The Texans snuck around and burnt the escape bridge and attacked the resting ...