I have been a supporter of the canal since the early 2000s, but I have not spoken to one person who said he or she found it offensive to the canal. When I first heard this story, I was so pleased and surprised because it was obviously a case of people who were just offended by the canal. This isn’t the first time I have heard of people saying that they found the canal offensive.
I have loved this video for a very long time. It is an old favorite, one that I just recently discovered and will be trying out tonight. There is a lot of detail on the boat engine and the engine compartment. The film is also really well done and is a beautiful visual.
One of my favorite things about the canal, is the fact that it’s free. I can walk down there at any time of the day and find a place to park. I also like the fact that there are several places to get water, and it’s one of the few places I’ve explored the whole island at, which is always a treat.
This is the canal 4 en vivo el salvador por internet video that I have embedded in our website (www.canal4envivo.com). This video allows you to enjoy a visual of the canals of Chile in an interactive way by playing with the sound as well as the movement of the water and the scenery.
I have been wanting to post this video for a while now and it has finally been added to my favorites. This video is a short and sweet video covering the canal 4 rescue project. It is a bit of a documentary style video and talks about the lives of the two rescue dogs, the volunteers that work at the rescue, and the rescue dogs, and the challenges of the rescue itself.
I can’t say it enough. Canal 4 is the perfect travel guide for any traveler. The website is filled with amazing photos and information, plus the guides contain a wealth of information and tips for every destination in the world. I would highly recommend that you read through the pages to get the most out of your visits to Cuba.
For the most part, the internet carries the same information as the physical world. It is a vast, vast, vast, vast, vast, vast, vast, vast, vast, vast, vast, vast and ever-changing thing and that’s a really good thing, but with the advent of the internet and the internet being the largest and best connected thing we’ve ever had, there have been a lot of questions asked about the internet and its effects on our lives.
In the spirit of “La Cova del Cielo,” I decided to make a movie about the rescue of the “SV,” a Spanish ship that was sunk in the Pacific Ocean by the Japanese navy during World War II. The film is shot on video and is only available for a limited time on Canal 4.