Although I have no interest in engineering or canals, the transit through the Panama Canal excited me the entire nine hours it took to go from the Pacific Ocean to the Caribbean Sea.
When I visited a souvenir stall today, I met Roger who lives in Santa Catarina. Turn’s out, I had met him on a trip twenty years ago…
Shrimp farming in Guatemala – As far as my eyes could see were ponds of water with mechanical aerators whirling the water around and around…
On a street in Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala, I experience an unspoken kindness… Ice cream treats for two homeless children from a stranger…
An adventure… being tossed by the high seas on a little boat searching for whales. The only regrets one ever has are the risks he didn’t take!
Everyone purchases something from a vendor at some point in their lifetime like a cold drink, flowers, a pretzel, or a hot dog. I checked out the scene in Tijuana just south of the border from San Diego.
Spent a little time watching statues come to life on Fisherman’s Wharf and watching the reaction of the crowd when they realize the statue is real.
Hula is the soul of Hawaii. A true Hawaiian hula dance will leave the viewer mesmerized with a greater awareness of its deep spiritual energy.
Visiting the USS Bowfin which was launched one year after the Pearl Harbor attack and carried the unofficial name of “Pearl Harbor Avenger”.
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