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There was a little excitement before we left, as the seas were a little too rough to bring the tenders back on board without some special gymnastics. Two tenders stabilized the third in order to get it into position, and they rotated the ship 180 degrees in order to allow the other two tenders to be brought back up.
... ism), there’s more gold in the ocean than there are gold deposits in the earth. It’s just that no one has been able to work out a commercially viable way to extract it. Good job too, I say, but if ever they were to crack the code, I’d make for Buzios, post-haste. The ocean around the town, and, in particular, Tataruga Beach, is renowned for the tiny gold flecks that dot the waters. No wonder the locals are all so ridiculously good looking – ...
... of a second slower than a stationary clock by the exact amount predicted by Einstein's formulas. The best explanation I have heard for why this is (and I have read many such explanations, usually concerning trains and light beams) is the fact that you travel through both space and time (hence spacetime). Imagine yourself traveling in a cardinal north direction and then turning 45 degrees to the east. You are now traveling partly north and ...
... there I took in the view of Rio, a truly beautiful city, and watched part of a documentary that included clips of James Bond's Moonraker (which featured Sugar Loaf). There was a wooded area at the back of Pao de Acucar which I wandered around and sat watching birds flying and soaring for a while. I found a seat and waited for sunset. The sun sets a little bit to the left of Christ the Redeemer and lights ...
... to the single drummer going with a little more spirit. The crowd is definitely stirred. Same thing happens again BAM-BAM-BAM-BAM. The curtains open, and there is the bateria (the drum section) going insane playing as loud as possible. Guys joined in singing, a couple guys started on some small string instruments, and everybody lost their minds with dancing and singing along. I swear that the place was actually shaking. Goose bumps. And ...