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... I have been here and haven't looked at my passport since I went through customs when I got here. The American very earnestly looks at the second soldier when we hit the checkpoint and shows him the passport; he waives her in. I open my bag for him, have no ID what so ever (do people think you are going to hand them your Al-Queda membership card or something?), give him a little weak smile. He waives me in, no problem. My brown ...
... yes, thank God, it was a lot smaller and obviously had a lot less horsepower strapped to the back of it. This was good news for our backs, but it did look really quite small next to some of the waves! We set off and, sure enough, quite a lot of the waves we went through did end up inside the boat. At one point a huge wave filled the boat a third full of water. It was okay, but it wouldn’t have had to have been too much bigger to have capsized the ...
... About the
During the canal construction, over 200
million cubic meters of material was removed. Were this material to
be placed on rail road flatcars, it would circle the globe four
The canal uses 52 million gallons of
water for every ship to be elevated. Enough water to serve Memphis, TN.
Since its opening in 1914, more than 1 million ships from all over the world, have transited the ...
Holy ******* Moly! My armpits currently stink (which is not reflection of the air conditioning in the airport- which is cold btw!) So I get to the airport gate, locate the perfect seat- power socket on a carpeted area with semi carpeted pillar to lean on... JACKPOT! Leg stretch and power! I've literally sat down and pulled out the charger from the top of my bag (mucho important since I'm down to 18% battery...even had priority over shoe removal!) and this youngish ...