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This time we're off on a 38 day cruise from Rio de Janeiro to Papeete, Tahiti. At the moment we are sitting in the Houston airport, waiting for our flight to Rio. We'll be on the Oceania Marina this time, the sister ship to the Riviera that we sailed on last summer.
The challenge was to pack for both cold and hot ...
after 130 days
(3000 toured w/ the bike)
... too hot. Toni's classes consisted of some recorder classes, drumming with an ensemble, a harpsichord lesson, and even singing some ancient pilgrimage songs. Jamie enjoyed playing all different sizes of recorders in various ensembles, including a mammoth contrabass in a 20th century recorder class. He also remembered how to sing in a medieval aria class and ...
... made me a little nervous. I guess they've been burned a few times by hurricanes or tsunamis.
When we left Crystal Beach, we drove through Houston and got a feel for why it always comes up on the worst traffic city list. There isn't much more to say about it.
Now it was time to head deeper into Texas and spend a week at Canyon Lake, situated right between Austin and San Antonio. This would be our jumping off point to explore both of these cities.
... look at the facility, so over we went. I also kinda knew that this meant we'd be adding a new member to the family.
Once there, we went to the cat building and they have cages and rooms containing dozens of cats of all ages. Kathy began looking all around and talking with the girl who was working there cleaning cages and helping people handle the cats. One lady planted herself in a room that had at least six cats and ...
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