Every summer I go to Maine. We fish, hike, and swim at the beach. Not far from the shore you can see the rainbow of buoys. On the buoys there is a rope leading to the bottom of the ocean where there is a lobster trap. This year I had the privilege of interviewing lobsterman Gerry Cushman, of Port Clyde, Maine.
Ah, summer! The perfect time to go on the vacation of your dreams—with your parents, of course—they pay the bills—but still! Vacation time is when you have the chance to live a simple life on beach time, or on an exciting adventure park clock. Either way, you want to capture those memories forever.
From the most known National Parks like Yellowstone and Yosemite national parks, to the most unknown ones like Haekeala and Wind Cave national parks, the United States provides us with beauty unpredictable.
Today we live in a world of social networks and technology. Of car problems and avoiding 5 o'clock rush hour. Of sitting quietly in our homes or office buildings watching as new buildings climb higher.
It's kind of hard to imagine that a time machine to another world (you know, like in all of those movies?) could actually exist.
A little over a month since Hillary Clinton came to Myanmar and talked to the Government about reform and the release of prisoners of conscience, life has returned back to normal. So, have any changes taken place already and what changes should one expect to see in the near future one might ask?
Most people in the U.S.A. don’t think twice about jumping into a car to go to work or hopping on an airplane to travel. However millions of people in 3rd world countries never get the opportunity to use these luxuries.