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Old January 8th, 2019, 10:04 AM
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Our adventures yesterday took us (by chicken bus) to a small port/fishing city on the Gulf of Fonseca - El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua all border this body of water and lay claim to it and its islands.





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Our adventures yesterday took us (by chicken bus) to a small port/fishing city on the Gulf of Fonseca - El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua all border this body of water and lay claim to it and its islands.

These first two will look the same in 10 minutes or 1 hour. Nothing significant will change






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The folk in the street are part of a continuous swarm of folk. Yes these will
pass but more will replace then in a steady stream! In the second, time is slowed. Come back in an hour, a piece might be missing from the board, but that’s all!
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Here however, what you see will be over in the blink of an eye and will be gone for ever!
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Very interesting. I like your understanding of the scenes Asher.

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