“Starving, Angry and Cannibalistic: America’s Rats Are Getting Desperate Amid Coronavirus Pandemic.”
Who could have imagined that making a simple plane trip meant showing up hours early, removing your shoes, jerking out your tiny liquids, displaying your electronics, and wondering if the body scanners can see the hole in your underwear?
One month ago the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. Is it just us, or does it seem like six months?
It started with a touch, and in the blink of an eye the coronavirus went global. Medical scientists will be sorting out exactly what happened for years to come, but we know for sure that travelers contracted a new, local virus and spread it around the world.
“What, sir, would the people of the earth be without woman? They would be scarce, sir… almighty scarce.” ~ Mark Twain ~
It was early Sunday morning and the only activity at the sleepy crossroads was the Marathon Station: bleary-eyed customers filling their tanks with gasoline and their tummies with caffeine and sugary donuts.
Whether you’re a student of history, wannabe archaeologist, or a sunburned beachgoer looking for a break, the Maya ruins in Mexico are a unique and fascinating sight to see.