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... It’s quite the accent. As most people in the service industry over here tend to quickly point out once they realise you’re Australian, they love how laid back we are. We get off a 14 hour flight, then jump another five hour flight, travelling through more time zones than Star Trek and we’re still friendly. And perky. Or in my case, sarcastic. But I’m pretty sure he can’t tell the ...
... is named after. Every room of the house has a picture of George Washington. There are also quite a few other famous people pictured around the house whom he had ties with. I thought one of the interesting things about this house was that there was once a battle that took place near here and a cannonball was recently found in the lawn by a landscaper from a battle that took places hundreds of years ago.
... fog problem caused when taking a hot shower in an enclosed space. I have always wanted to know why vents are not built into hotels. I suppose I shall keep on wondering indefinitely.
Anyways, since I had done laundry the night before, most of my clothes were still a bit damp to say the least. I picked out the driest clothes I could and put them on before tramping out into the city. Despite the fact that both the weatherman and I had expected rain, there ...
... wars and conflicts.
Regardless, what all of you are probably wondering, is the storied history of the four countries where I'll be traveling. Tanzania, which I mentioned in the British section, pursued a project of mass "villagization" through Ujamaa under Julius Nyerere. That term is actually still used in America's version of Kwanzaa, described as collective and shared economic abundance. Malawi for a longtime was ruled ...
... battle to separate from the English began, including the famous non-violent protest of emptying British tea into the harbour - the Boston tea party!
We drove down the street where the Marathon bombing took place, and at the naval dockyard museum, we observed a minute's silence to commentate the 12th anniversary of 9/11. Two of the planes involved took off from Boston and 200 local lives were lost.
We also drove past the Cheers ...
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