Notes On A Test

Annotations in a notebook II Over – Heliconia Summer is not necessary to explain some things when you know the release of the trilogy. In this second installment, a little more extensive than the first (approximately 569 pages) – we found more of the same, but still be interesting, of course. This time the station to which the title is referred to as the plots so ornate palace where the story is involved. I have not stopped making records, this time in pieces and strips of paper that I think may be of interest only as a wandering mind like mine. Which would give them strange names that do not understand. It is more likely to find someone who has read this book anywhere unless in Rio Gallegos. If people are not engaged in the science fiction genre in the city, and if so I do not. The odds that I can do a cross-Summer Heliconia impressions with others are very few.

This feeling of being in the wrong always happens to me. Does it help something to criticize a book that nobody reads? Does anyone read these lines? I'd settle for just one person that I said or wrote to me saying, 'I wanted to read the book by critics of the journal. Never happened. Beyond the public apathy and lack of interest, which diminishes every day on literary matters, it submits the short run of 40 copies that allows a sample shared by friends, many of whom buy the magazine for the affection and are otherwise it is not literature.

Helping Dolphins

Swimming with dolphins is so much fun. But did you ever stop to think about the dolphins themselves and what kind of help they might need? At our Dolphin Blog, we explore both sides of the spectrum: fun with dolphins and making life fun for dolphins.

So if you are going to swim with the dolphins, know this: according to experts from Hawaiin-based Wild Side Specialty Tours, it can be enjoyable for dolphins so long as you do not try to swim at them or try and touch them. This is because this is the behavior in which a predator engages and it’s very threatening for them.
Understand also that their skin is extremely sensitive so the swimmer’s touch makes them uncomfortable. You have to engage in dolphin “wetiquette” which means the following:
1. Swim calmly beside them – no chasing
2. No touching
3. Keep it quiet – they have very sensitive hearing
4. Conclusion: respect their personal space.
Then there are ways you can actively help dolphins:
1. Adopt a dolphin (saving real animals in the wild)
2. Act on their behalf by talking to government leaders
3. Become a powerful advocate for wildlife
4. Keep in the loop by receiving updates.

Dolphins are fun, but they have feelings too.