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... open so the pair buy some new watches. Cirsty is a little concerned about what is happening to them they now have matching Yankees hats and watches. Cirsty remembers her Dad's favourite T.V show was filmed in Miami so they go in search of Miami ink unfortunately it's closed so the pair are unable to get matching tattoos from Ami. Cirsty and Ryan now wish they had longer in Miami. Ryan won't stop referring to ...
... something we were all keen on doing. The park was tiny compared to many of our wildlife parks in Australia, the main attraction being the airboats. We saw some baby gators, some slightly older gators and many, many adult gators. They have over 300 gators at this park. Gators are different to crocodiles in terms of their nature – they are docile and not all that aggressive.
We watched the ...
Today we had to wake up early to catch our plan to our next destination Miami. We caught a taxi to the delta airport for our flight at 10.00 am. We had a connecting flight stopping at Atlanta, we went and had something to eat at the lounge and guess who we saw, Russell Brand!! After our short stop over, we hoped on our next flight through to Miami.
While flying over Miami, we got to witness the amazing 4th of July fireworks!
After our ...
... mentioning that I struck more than a passing resemblance to Quasimodo. We saw an official sign on the outskirts of the Old Town which read 'This is a robbery zone. Tourists: Do not walk these streets.' We were about to take a photo but quickly realised that would be properly stupid.
Another area of Quito where we spent a lot of time was Mariscal Sucre. In the middle of this area is Plaza Foch, the closest we have found to a European holiday resort with bars and clubs ...
... people, whether they were horse thieves (that's what I was told, really), piano players, or brewers. Really, what did they do for a living? Where did they come from, before they lived in Kolomyia and Iasi? It's not like people converted to Judaism very often back then. Is it possible to trace Jewish genealogy to Israel before the diaspora?
Was the last name Kessler because one of my ancestor built the cooper ...