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... traffic lights, here people stand in the sweltering heat (95F) holding signs with one side "slow" and the other side "stop". It took a bit longer to get to the beach, but we had enough protection with us to keep us from getting sunburnt. When we arrived at the State Park, we were welcomed by a friendly official, who confirmed that the entry fee had not changed in 2 years. We paid 8$ for entry and parking. We didn't have to wait long for the tram to take us to the ...
... from Firefighting school. We went to a nearby YMCA as we were both still feeling the effecst of the giant BBQ meal we ate and we both stank from the previous days workout. After a pretty good workout and an awesome shower I took the time to dry and straighten my hair which was a nice change and felt great. We drove up towards Fort Myers where we were planning on ...
... your life, because if you don't return it when you're ready to leave the country, you won't leave the country.
We were with a tour group, so we don't know if this happens when you travel individually or not, but we had to submit both our passport and this Immigration Card to check into every one of our hotels. We had to present it and our passports to get on the train to Machu Picchu and into Machu Picchu ...
ancient giant sequoias, a vast wilderness area, and much more
.Each Park has its distinctive defining characteristics, yet both are examples of this restless planet we call home. The elderly Appalachians have risen, been planned down by the elements and risen again tirelessly over eons of time while the 'youthful' mountains of the West are rising steadily due to the planet's restless internal rhythms. And ...
... pages related the Serengeti plain of Tanzania to the parched, icy surface of Antarctica. Exploring the relationship between man and animals in this
remote and splendid place. ( Since I visited the former 2 years ago, you can imagine I am fascinated with the contrast!)
Michael Parfit. 1985. South Light. Author blends science, adventure and lyrical