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... experiences that the designers had been through even though as preparation for their missions required runs in basic simulators! The simulator was AMAZING. It turns you a full 90 degrees so you're on your back. Getting shot up into "space" felt so (cue cheesy pun) out of this world... :) I really enjoyed the space centre and feel a lot of gratitude towards those brave few that study the wonders of our ...
... br> Novak - enjoyed spending time singing with you
Karen & Frank - Thanks again for all you do!
To my bed mates/room mates - it was FUN - Allison, Cecile, Nicole, Grace & Angela
Considering there were 10 of us women sharing a bathroom - I think we all managed very well.
We/BCD Travel are providing education/jobs - a future - we need to keep the spirit of it all going. During summer camp we ...
... taking a motion sickness tablet,
Deborah still did not feel well throughout our very luxurious meal in Palo's -
one of the two 'signature' restaurants on board the Magic. For the extra $20 a
head we paid for our meal, we ended up with an outstanding Southern Italian
meal, including antipasto, appetiser, pasta, main course and desert. In fact
our waiter Marco was only too happy to provide additional ...
... made it through the night.
That night we ate at Parrot Cay. We were pleased to find that we were sitting with Ray and his friends. There were 8 of us at the table. I think Jeremiah, Cevin, Cory and I were happy to find out that our servers were not from Peru. After the chain of events that led up to this cruise it would have been too weird to be surrounded by Peru the entire cruise.
... fired its angry breath and arched over my head a tear found it way across my eyes. I swelled with something akin to a mixture of pride, awe, and humility. The shuttle has been a symbol of American ingenuity. We began this impossible dream in the late sixties by creating the most powerful rocket in the history of man. We did the impossible with the Saturn Five Rocket ship. Some laughed and scorned just as they did at ...