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... of grain" or maybe John Denver's gold "windy Kansas wheat field". We did see wheat fields, although I imagine they will be a lot taller later in the year. We also saw a lot of farms of various kinds growing various things. You could always tell where a farm house was because they were all surrounded by "fences" of tall evergreen trees.
We also started seeing oil derricks sucking oil from the ground like giant metal mosquitoes. (Not a bad synonym if ...
Stressed and excited for a grand adventure to a new land. Got my bags packed and all my affaires in order. This is a trip of a lifetime to the ancient lands of the incas. Time for bed, can barely sleep, but need my rest. We leave Topeka at 7:30 am and head to the airport. Lookout Peru here comes ...
After a one and a half-hour tour, you will continue your trip to the Taquile Island. Unlike other islands, inhabited by Aymara-speaking people in the lake, its residents speak Quechua. It was part of the Inca Empire and it is possible to note vestiges of said culture in their buildings. Nevertheless, when the Spaniards arrived, they forced its residents to get rid of their typical clothes and forced them to wear traditional ...
... bathing suit and change of clothes and light jacket for return
30-45 ft. boat - maximum capacity 16-20 passengers
*Transfer by taxi or bus to Baltra Island about 1 hour
*Boat transfer to Seymour Island (approx. 30-60 min.)
*Tour the island to see blue-footed booby and frigate bird colonies, as well as the unique flora and fauna, and topography of the ...
... Arial, 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif; line-height: normal;"> British ambassador ate dinner here
Lack of awareness and ownership of plunger
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