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I came across this science test yesterday. I scored 11 out of the 12 questions (I always was a B grade student). I hope you can access the link. See if you get all 12 correct:
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... kitchen producing appetisers for the evening when we had a bunch of other cruisers over for drinks, which was a highly successful evening.
Yesterday I worked all day on the starboard engine trying to fix air getting sucked into the water cooling system; I hope it's fixed now.
Saturday we are planning to leave for Cyprus, so will post another blog entry after that.
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... and believe me the day was excrutiatingly awful. The hotel staff seemed to be numbed by their rudeness, and the food was simply shocking. Although the hotel was notionally 5 stars...these were Russian stars, and apparently a Gulag gets 3, and as far as being all inclusive is concerned...well so is a Gulag. Our pass expired at 12.00 midnight, but there were no Cinderella stories from us....free beer or not we had it away on our toes by 7.30 ready for an early start inland to Konya. ...
... done it. Within two hours we had our first flat tyre, but thankfully we had assembled enough of a kit to solve that pretty quickly. Riding on, we dropped in to a private campsite, had something to eat, bought some water, and despite their beach beckoning, rode on. We soon stopped at what looked to be a beachside camp in Goynuk, and decided to have a short first day and enjoy the beach. It was about 1km from what appeared to be a town completely devoted to beach resort package ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Everyone recommends seeing the chimera at night, when the flames are most visible. However, the trekking path to the chimera is not lit in anyway. We buy some flashlights from the little grocery and have some dinner, hoping our luggage will arrive before we start our trek, as we still only have our sandals. It did not. We left the pensyion and headed towards the chimera. We flagged down a dolmus that ...