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This all started when Betsy and Don were sailing on the Oceania Cruises 10th Anniversary cruise aboard Regatta ion Alaska. CEO Frank Del Rio was aboard, held a "town meeting", and announced that Oceania was going to do their first-ever World Cruise. We were impressed, but both felt it wouldn't be for us...too expensive, too much time away, just...too much.
Mr. Del Rio expected few full world cruisers. He stated he would be happy if they filled 20 ...
... most of the systems fired up easily. I have been into most of the corners of the boat and it looks like we will be ready for sea soon. Just have to get the navigation sorted out. And the sat phone for weather.
The plan was Cuba, haiti, dominican republic, puerto rico and finish up in British Virgin Islands.
might adjust that to Bahamas then Haiti due to weather and time. And I may have to get off on tha way due to time. See how we go.
... loading up the car, Denny doubled over in extreme pain. He thought it might be an appendicitis attack, but didn't know. He was sweating profusely and nauseous so my sister drove straight to the ER at the local hospital and they began the tests. After a CAT scan, an ultrasound, blood tests and urine tests, they found a kidney stone. It had moved from when he first arrived and the pain had subsided. The doctor told him it was located near the ...
... of Michael Gerber’s message follows. This was written in 2003 to give you an idea of how long I have been thinking about this.
“IT’S A GOOD DAY TO DIE,” Aug.,2003
; A saying that comes from Nez Perce Indian warriors, who would spend their entire life time preparing to die.
For, to have lived so impeccably, so interested in the dignity of one’s own life and the lives of the people around them; ...
... It was about three inches long and was not the shiny black sort but a dark brown colour. Initially Yvonne thought it had just landed in the pool by mistake and would flounder, however it deftly swam to the bottom of the pool and was clearly a water beetle. Nothing would have got Yvonne in that pool, much to Steven's ...