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... The said beard on this occasion had grown particularly long and thus I found myself astounded whence this woman, who had already seen me on the bus and in MacDonald's, thought that I was female. The tour guide seemed embarrassed when he told her that I was a man and amusingly referred to me as the bearded lady whence the old woman was out of ear shot. Instantly I forgot my surroundings and spent the rest of this time studying my feminine features rather than the ...
... NM for their annual balloon festival. We were meeting my sister Marissa and her husband Hal (they have been full timing for 7 years) and my mom and brother Russell were joining us also.
We would get up before sunrise to watch the Dawn Patrol balloons rise (4-6 balloons), what a sight to see these colorful balls of fire in the dark sky. Then, at daybreak all the other balloons would start rising, you have to understand there is not just a handful but hundreds of balloons ...
... was the daughter of one of the brave men.. Whilst we were listening to the presentation we had a massive pizza, the biggest I have ever seen. Once we had finished the pizza, cadets from the squadron started turning up and we got to take part in the squadron activities. We also took pictures with the squadron and gave out awards to the squadron commander.
After a long day, we went back to our host families and got some well needed rest.
... in pushing ahead of us in the cue for the chairs. Note to self: people are not as courteous everywhere as they are in NZ, one must be assertive in LAX. We waited there for almost an hour before I stood up as the next chair approached and claimed in for my grandmother. We had to check through another set of security then which wasn't again as lengthy or intense as the rumours suggest. Once in the terminal we had a 5 hour wait which extended as our plane to ...
... were executed in the desert. We continued our drive through the Laguna and Zia reservations to get to Acoma.
Acoma Pueblo sits a top a mesa 7200 feet above sea level. Only 13 families live there full time. There is no running water, electricity or plumbing. The people must go to the valley floor to collect water and haul it to the mesa. Although they struggle to hold on to their culture, they practice both Pueblo and ...