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... minimum. They can get their vehicles serviced on time so that it does not trouble the driver during the journey and goods can be delivered to the destination on time. Well maintained vehicle means that you will get more average mileage and less fuel consumption which will eventually helps the managers to bring down overall cost of transportation.GPS software gives turn by turn instructions of the route to ...
... Hotel’s restaurant was a good choice. We had smoked salmon with scrambled eggs and mustard sauce, and it was the most delicious fish I’ve ever tasted, and not just because I was literally starving. After filling the bottomless pit of our stomachs, we decided that it was time for some cultural enlightenment.Our first stop was The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, which was just ...
... from the, oh, maybe 25,000 year old wig perched on top of my head. With every turn of the cheek and flutter of Arctic wind, I end up swallowing an accumulation of hairspray, dried scalp sweat and strands of crispy dreadlock. My mission on this grand evening is to shepherd the legitimate Captain and Cruise Director down to Deck 8, bringing up the rear as Lara and Axel drag them along with sturdy red rope and just shower them with random pirate noises.
Aaaaah, bugger, ****, bad idea, pray, pray, pray, who the hell put this moss, loose rock and sprinkling of rain on the side of this mountain in Flåm!?
I came here to AVOID murdering anyone onboard and instead I'm clinging to this slab of rock with my fingertips, a few, pathetic whimpers away from tumbling to my OWN painful death. It just isn't what I had in mind.
But you know how it is. Any mountain surrounded by a wreath of barbed wire fencing is ...
Hamburgbukta & Damskoya Latitude 79 Degrees North
Sunrise: None Sunset: None
The spectacular ever-changing landscape is covered with snow. We are in North-northwestern Spitsbergen, almost our farthest north. The sun is shining, it is 37 degrees F and there is no sea ice. We anchor off of Hamburgbukta, an old German whaling site, dating from the late 16th century.
We hike up and down, mostly in the snow; we see ...