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

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Instead of sitting indoors inrepparttar air conditioning, get outside and enjoyrepparttar 150060 fresh air – take advantage ofrepparttar 150061 beautiful summer days before they are all gone! A day trip torepparttar 150062 beach isrepparttar 150063 perfect solution.

If you are heading torepparttar 150064 beach to get away from it all or to socialize with a group of friends, there is a swimsuit for you andrepparttar 150065 occasion. With so many space-aged materials and new styles, no matter what body type you have orrepparttar 150066 event you are attending, there is sure to be a bikini or one-piece suit for you.

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

Written by Rick Chapo

In this continuing series, we cover my move from San Diego to Chita, Siberia to be a professor at Chita State Technical University. We pick uprepparttar story going torepparttar 150022 train station in Khabarovsk to catchrepparttar 150023 Trans-Siberian Railroad.

Day 4!

If you’ve been reading this series on NomadJournalTrips.com, you know my original travel estimate was 2 ½ days from San Diego to Chita, Russia. Well, day 4 has arrived and I am just getting onrepparttar 150024 train. This horrible time estimate is evidence of a poor math education. I blamerepparttar 150025 American education system!

I never could figure out those math hypotheticals, “If a train is going south at “x” speed and a cyclist is going north at “x” speed, when will they meet?” When are they going to meet? More like, “Whatrepparttar 150026 heck is cyclist going to look like WHEN they meet?” What about his family, not to mentionrepparttar 150027 nightmares suffered byrepparttar 150028 conductor. I mean, really, who can do math under such circumstances?

Stairs…Evil, Evil Stairs

Atrepparttar 150029 Intourist hotel, we arranged for train tickets to Chita. By we, I mean my friend Grae did everything. For $27, “we” had arranged a private berth and all was good. With a good nights sleep, we headed down fromrepparttar 150030 room and out into the…pouring rain. A local was kind enough to give us a ride torepparttar 150031 train station and all seemed good. After a bit of pointing, extreme facial expressions and so on, we discovered our train was running about an hour slow. We hunkered down and did a bit of people watching.

As we sat, I pondered my luggage. I had a large hiking backpack and something I called “the lump.” The lump was an extremely large duffle bag with tiny wheels on one-end and plastic bars running downrepparttar 150032 flat side/bottom. In theory, you could roll it or drag it anywhere. Mine was black, wet and weighed about 70 pounds. Before you snicker, keep in mind I was going to Siberia for a year. What would you take? Still, I had an uneasy feeling, but couldn’t really figure out why.

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