* DESTIN FLORIDA BEACH * My favorite location is in Destin Florida at the beach. I take my son their every year, for Spring break. It is such a lovable peaceful sight to be. So many attractions that will blow your mind away. This is a place that you will want to revisit every time. When I first visited Destin Florida the beach was breath taking , the white sand ,blue water, and the smell of the salty ocean water. Me and my son, always stay in one of the nice Condo’s, with everything inside, full kitchen, nice balcony with nice view, and all types of restaurants. I love to cook when we go there, so I make sure to take grocery’s with us. Sometimes one of the stays, we will go out and enjoy the good seafood restaurant, but I love to budget, and cook so that’s why we take food.my sons favorite thing to do while we are there, is to swim in the water, he just loves the water, and will stay in their all day if I let him. The Palm trees is another attraction that I enjoy, it feels like we are in another world so peaceful and quiet. A lot of family’s goes to Destin, and the college kids goes to Panama City Beach, which is before you get to Destin. So if you have children Destin will be the place to go, it’s a little more expensive but it’s worth the while.my sons other favorite ,is this big amusement park, it has all types of things for kids. Go cart, Mini Golf, Game Room, so that’s where I take him. Me on the other hand, love all the Outlet Stores, they have every shopping…
New York and San Francisco save 7,872 miles by using the Panama Canal instead of going around Cape Horn.
More than four and half million cubic yards of concrete went in to the construction of the locks and dams.
Material originally excavated to build the Canal were put on to a train of flat cars, it would encircle the world four times.
The lock of the Panama Canal are seven feet thick. Due to the reclining "S" shape of the Isthmus of Panama the sun rises from
the Pacific and sets in the Atlantic…
Panama is the southernmost country of Central America. Panama is bordered by Costa Rica to the northwest and Colombia to the southeast of the Caribbean Sea to the north and the Pacific Ocean to the south. The Capital of Panama is Panama City. Panama forms a natural isthmian bridge, and it joins the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. The country Panama is 100% tropical. The temperature over there is around 80-90 degrees Fahrenheit. Instead of four seasons, which we have here in the United States…
In 1878 Ferdinand de Lesseps, the French engineer who built the Suez Canal, began to dig a canal across the Isthmus of Panama, which was then part of Colombia. Tropical disease and engineering problems halted construction on the canal, but a French business (the New Panama Canal Company) still held the rights to the project. Roosevelt agreed to pay $40 million for the rights, and he began to negotiate with Colombia for control of the land. He offered $10 million for a fifty-mile strip across the…
involvement in Panama. In 1904, a treaty negotiated by President Theodore Roosevelt allowed for the U.S. to be able to use and occupy the Panama Canal Zone. This was a strip of land adjacent to the Panama Canal that would open in 1914. In 1936 President Franklin Roosevelt, as part of the "good neighbor policy" had dropped the U.S. claim to have the right to protect American lives and property in Panamanian cities. In 1964, after anti-American riots by Panamanian students, the U.S. and Panama agreed to…
process that help shape the way they look.
Like many spectacular dynamic environments, Cronulla beach is part of the coastal environment. Cronulla is located in the Southern more protected end of Bate Bay, in New South Wales, Australia. It normally has a longitude and latitude of 34.0555° S, 151.1551°. The distance from Cronulla beach to Liverpool Al Amanah College is known to be 34.07km. Cronulla beach is one of the most spectacular and most beautiful beaches on the coastline on the south of Sydney…
On the Beach: A Cautionary Tale
In 1955, less than one-fifth of Americans knew what nuclear fallout was, even though they were in the middle of the Cold War (Haigh, 11). Australians believed that since they lived thousands of miles away from the United States and the Soviet Union, then they were safe (Beach, 179). This was unacceptable to Nevil Shute, an aeronautical engineer and writer, who moved to Australia in 1950. He was well aware that Australians were in as much danger as Americans and Russians…
continued growth and advancement.
Summary of Accomplishments
Certified Federal Correctional Officer
Certified State Park Ranger
Certified Class A License with Tanker Endorsement
Certified Pump Truck Operator
Sam's Club, Panama City, Florida
Baked breads, rolls, and other pastries
Planned menus, taking advantage of foods in season and local availability
Requisitioned food supplies, kitchen equipment and appliances, and other supplies and received
doesn't make my life any better, it just takes up space in my mind. Always thinking about yourself takes up space in your mind and heart that could be used to actually make a difference in someone’s’ life.
Last summer I had the chance to go to Panama on a mission trip. I wasn't all that excited about going. I mean, who thinks it sounds fun to go camp on a concrete slab in the middle of a jungle in a village with wild dogs and chickens running around trying to talk to people who don't speak the…
Join me in taking a 1 week vacation to Panama and
escape the cold!
A possible route from Indianapolis, Indiana is connecting
in Atlanta, Georgia for a short layover and ending in
Panama City, Panama.
Arrive at Tocumen International Airport in Panama City and then GET GOING!
• Biking- This is a great way to be able to
stop and examine something that catches
your eye without hoping off the bus
• Walking- This is what the locals do and a
The Panama Canal has been called the big ditch, the bridge between two continents, and the greatest shortcut in the world. When it was finally finished in 1914, the 51-mile waterway cut off over 7,900 miles of the distance between New York and San Francisco, and changed the face of the industrialized world ("Panama Canal"). This Canal is not the longest, the widest, the deepest, or the oldest canal in the world, but it is the only canal to connect two oceans, and still today is the greatest man-made…