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... boat only fits 4 people. Hinesh and I decide to paddle and we set out. The waters are calm and its easy enough but the boat doesn't move fast. So while we're moving our little legs the boat doesn't go very far. Its a nice day so we soak in the sun rays and enjoy being in the water. We turn the boat around when we get to the orange buoys but turning it around was a different story. We were now going against the current so it was so much harder. I swap seats with John and he takes his ...
... heart is moved the most for it's how we felt at the moment, not what we accomplished, that will live with us for the rest of our lives.
- We can make a choice to turn our lives into an adventure. The starting point is to find the inspiration to do so.
- We are all waiting for something or someone. Don't let the waiting period drag you down. It's the suffering that makes the prize much sweeter.
- There is no ...
... anniversary. The Army, Navy and Airforce were there parading the streets and there was a lot of positive atmosphere which was great to watch. After the parade we walked to the Capital Building, which was outstanding. Unfortunately it was closed for maintenance so we couldn't go in. After a brief stop at Paul's for some more soup and hot drinks, we then rushed back to the Hotel to grab our bags and go to the Bus Terminal for our LAST overnight bus journey!! ...
... the start of our next tour around the monuments. We were 5 minutes late but fortunately the tour hadn't started by then, so we set off with another 25 strong group for a twilight tour. It was quite impressive to see as all of the white statues etc became lit to stand out in the dark, and we got to hear about the origins of everything we could see. We stood on the spot Martin Luther King gave his "I have a dream" speech and looked out over the reflecting pool where Forrest Gump ...
... was very poignant.
The other memorial was dedicated to Korea and it was just as thoughtful. They lost 38000 men in the 3 year war so wanted to have 38 statues walking on patrol. They ended up only fitting in 19 due to the size, each statue was 7 foot high and they represented all branches of the military, all races and most of the different jobs. The men were spread out like on patrol and were walking over granite slabs to signify water with shrubbery in ...
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