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... October. I've also started operation belly off and exercising 4-5 times a week has started;-) I have joined an amazing Facebook group to help me stick to that for the next three months. We spent the first day getting over arriving, being 15hrs ahead of where flew in from, we actually arrived before we left, weird hey! And even though we both slept a good 7hrs on the flight we were both buggered when we arrived. We have learnt best to go with the flow, ...
... added was allowed to evaporate slowly over fourteen to seventeen hours it would produce a crystallization pattern determined not only by the nature but by the quality of the plant from which the extract was taken. According to Pfeiffer, the same formative forces inherent in the plant and acting to bring about its form and shape would combine with living growth forces to form the pattern of crystal arrangement.
Dr. Erica Sabarth, current director of the ...
... before getting an early night! The next day we were travelling back into the Pacific Ocean to check out the Moai’s which EO will be telling you about in the very special Easter Island edition of this blog coming to your screens very soon!
Once back in Santiago after our amazing few days with some very big heads with very long ears, we arrived quite late so stayed in the same hotel and in the morning after a good hotel brekkie we took a Tur bus back ...
... top and high heels. The third level, and harder to find, the girls are in full bikinis and if they sell so many coffees they will take off their tops for a few minutes. A few other places we visited was the cathedral which has a crypt under it where some of the cardinals and other important church officials are buried. We also stopped outside the oldest building in Santiago which was another church. It was said to take three hundred years to build it because it kept ...
... would have been closed in any case since they are being renovated.
It would have been helpful to have looked this simple fact up in advance, but I didn't, so I chose to buy an empanada and a soda and walk back to the main square of Santiago, the Plaza de Armas, to sit on a park bench and enjoy them. The weather here is fine, a sunny fall day in what we would call the high 60’s or low 70’s, comfortable with a very light breeze. ...