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My cousin Brie had expressed interest in joining me for the game in Houston so after some messaging and reworking plans we made got things figured out. I opted out of the direct route to Houston from Arlington and instead drove down to San Antonio met with her and shoot over to Houston. After a late night blogging and being screwed up by traveling through a couple time zones, I got a bit of a late start. So instead of being able to visit for a spell ...
... so we will be at the airport at 4am. (Ruthie doesn't know that part!). The rest of the posse, including our girls fly out at around 10am. We should all meet in Honolulu around 2pm Hulu-skirt time (+7 hrs Texas time). I imagine we will get unloaded, fed, and settled around midnite Hawaii time. That should make for a fun-filled 28hr period of no sleep for Ruthie and ...
Started at the Capitol building which governs Texas. Its elaborate design includes big Greek pillars and a dome at 283ft high making it the tallest congress building in the states. We were x rayed for firearms on entry then allowed to explore freely. The free tour guide we were out off by from the loud piercing American tour guides voice. After ascending to the highest balcony in the dome and finding hidden phalic symbols in the floor patterns we walked down the main avenue of ...
... is suppose to be a humble and solum occasion. The officer in the army uniform made an excellent speech. Then the last post. A sound guy was standing right next to Dias, fat and sweating profusely with the effort just to stand still in the cool morning air, he played the last post and all was still. Even early morning joggers stopped on hearing it. The pause for the minute silence began and the American announced the minute silence and the sound guy began to play ...
... the tax counter displays where your departure fee goes to. The breakdown is: $12.15 government of Costa Rica; $7.44 Board of Civil Aviation; $5.41 Airport Administrator; $2 security inspection; and $1 expansion and modernization of other airports in Costa Rica. Those good in math will note the five charges add to $28, not $29 -- $1 is not accounted for on the sign.
After paying the departure tax, you receive an immigration departure form to complete. Then you ...
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