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When it was good it was very very good

The waiting could stretch the patience of a saint.  The worst part is that you are tied to the boat.  Taking a road-trip or going exploring is out of the question.  After all, if the wind suddenly changes then you have to leave.  But when you fin...
by Adventuresse Travels on May 21, 2013

When it was good it was very very good

The waiting could stretch the patience of a saint.  The worst part is that you are tied to the boat.  Taking a road-trip or going exploring is out of the question.  After all, if the wind suddenly changes then you have to leave.  But when you fin...
by Adventuresse Travels on May 21, 2013

the Cape of Doom

I love catamarans.  They are comfortable, spacious, as many cat owners say; you don’t have to “live on the walls (referring to monohulls nearly constant listing to one side or the other) Unfortunately catamarans are not built for the Cape of Goo...
by Adventuresse Travels on May 14, 2013

the Cape of Doom

I love catamarans.  They are comfortable, spacious, as many cat owners say; you don’t have to “live on the walls (referring to monohulls nearly constant listing to one side or the other) Unfortunately catamarans are not built for the Cape of Goo...
by Adventuresse Travels on May 14, 2013

PhD Fellowship in Marine Palaeoclimatology At the Autonomous University of Barcelona

  Description The PhD Fellowship is sponsored by the seventh Framework Programme of the ecu Community as a part of the Marie Curie Initial coaching Network "GATEWAYS". The PhD Fellowship is directed towards reconstructing the Late Pleist...
by Scholarships Today on May 27, 2012


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