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... br> FAVORITE BOOK
"Netochka Nezvanaya" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
FAVORITE GENERAL EXPERIENCES
1. Reading Russian Writers in Russian
2. Snorkeling in Oceania
3. Touring the Archipelago of the Bijagos by Boat
4. Traveling by Boat on the Amazon River
5. Conversing with Intelligent Russian Women
6. Dancing in South America
7. Going on South African Safaris
8. Seeing the Surma Tribe
9. Visiting the Altai Mountains
10. Hitchhiking across ...
... When we said that we come from near Christchurch one said "that's where the cold is." It seems Chch comes up on their world temperature map. Everybody in Malta speaks English. It was a British colony for along time and the British influence is obvious in the shop names, like Marks & Spencer, and we even saw a functioning red British telephone booth. An English couple told us that Malta is a prosperous tax haven, with income tax rates of about 5-10% and is ...
... building the 4 people live in and the fort. From the fort area we were able to get stunning views over crystal bay and the blue lagoon. We got a bit lost walking back to the blue lagoon but it was never gunna be too hard to find. We were in desperate need of a cold drink and a swim by then. It didn't disappoint! At 3:30 we had to get out and get ready to head back. There was also a bar on board so picked up a couple of ciders and sat on the top ...
... Malta. Even thou we have to take a 45 minutes bus ride from the ferry dock to our hotel it was worth it. Beats being scared out of my brain if we would have come home the way we went. Joe and Maxine came and joined us for dinner here at hotel. For people who have never met each other before last Friday, we have really enjoyed each other's company. They have made us feel very welcome.They are going to pick us up tomorrow night to take us to a traditional Maltese ...
... to Vietnam.
-----Robert F. Kennedy; he was shot by his own bodyguards, the day it was decided he'd run for the U.S. presidency. John F. Kennedy Jr.; his private plane crashed mysteriously, because of an internal explosion or because it had been hit by a missile.
-----And John Lennon. His song, "Give Peace a Chance", was sung by 250,000 people in Washington D.C. to protest the Vietnam War. President Nixon and other Republicans wanted to deport ...