Take Advantage of Hot Weather Before It Ends – A Swimsuit For Your Body!

Written by Robb Ksiazek


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If you are fine with a tan line, but more concerned with hiding a few extra pounds – there are swimsuits designed for you too! A friend just ordered a new style. It is made from a very slendering fabric that actually holds in and tucks away extra curves. She is so impressed that she has soldrepparttar idea to a few of her other friends – it is truly amazing!

Don’t let this wonderful summer pass you by – get a hold of a swimsuit that you’ll feel comfortable in and that you’ve always wanted. This season’s styles are classic and are sure to stay around for years to come, so don’t waste anymore beautiful days indoors!



Robb Ksiazek is a successful author and publisher. He has researched and written hundreds of articles related to lingerie and swimwear trends and believes getting the most out of fashion is empowering to the soul.


Siberia, Russia Part 6 – When Stairs Attack in the Khabarovsk Train Station

Written by Rick Chapo


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Our hour was up and it was time to head torepparttar track platform. Like many European train stations, one had to actually walk down stairs, through a tunnel and then back up stairs to get to your platform. This is notrepparttar 150022 way it works in San Diego. It also doesn’t rain in San Diego. Rain, 70 pound bag on wheels, plastic bars, stairs…I think you getrepparttar 150023 picture.

The stairs were packed as I shuffled forward pullingrepparttar 150024 lump behind me. You would be proud. I maderepparttar 150025 first flight without maiming anyone or being slapped. Just as I stepped downrepparttar 150026 second flight, “thou was nudgeth from behind.”

Time slowed.

The lump hit me inrepparttar 150027 back ofrepparttar 150028 knees. I fell back ontorepparttar 150029 lump. In a transformation beyond my primitive understanding of quantum physics,repparttar 150030 lump became a high performance bobsled. Down I went.

Still in slow motion, I couldn’t help but noticerepparttar 150031 agility ofrepparttar 150032 Russians inrepparttar 150033 stairwell. Some jumped up an ornamental shelf running downrepparttar 150034 stairs. Overweight individuals sucked it up and suddenly became thin. Miraculously, not one soul was hit on my way torepparttar 150035 bottom. My landing was uneventful, which is to say there wasn’t a loud smack onrepparttar 150036 wall atrepparttar 150037 bottom ofrepparttar 150038 stairs.

I jumped up and turned to see if anyone was injured. There was total silence. Faces just stared back at me. Apparently,repparttar 150039 only thing injured was my ego and skin, which was turning a dark shade of red. Well, I like to make an impression! I vehemently prayed that none of them were going to Chita.

Everyone started moving again and not a word was said. Alas,repparttar 150040 lump was not so accommodating when it came to climbing uprepparttar 150041 stairs onrepparttar 150042 other end ofrepparttar 150043 tunnel.

Next – The Trans-Siberian Railway…How Many Days To Chita?!

Rick Chapo is with NomadJournalTrips.com to read the rest of this series and other travelogues.


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