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... to be issues because of the differences of there own more developed nation. If you were to grow up with these things, they would not be problems, they would be life. When you have a place where the population surpasses every other country, these are things that you must live with. The day to day survival where the differences between the rich and the poor are stagering. You've heard the term the working poor, this place has that. This is not ...
... at yoga.
On Saturday we are going to see the Dance Groove, which I am excited about. My expectations are pretty high and we are even going to see Mrs O., who is the secretary from Huband, doing hip-hop. This is going to be a great three-hour show where also few dads are going to perform a dance. Can't wait to see it.
Mom and I decided to go grocery shopping today as well. We headed off the same grocery store that we had previously visited during our first day in Victoria.
Mom and I bought another whole chicken. At the time it seemed like a great idea, but by the time we were done that second chicken - well I was sick of chicken. You can get too much of a good thing.
We bought some other things and then headed out the door when I saw the sushi ...
... it had been overcooked. We finished packing our bags as they needed to be placed outside our stateroom for the room stewards by midnight. It was now just after 8:45 so we headed to the Stardust Theatre for the final farewell show. It was scheduled to begin at 9 o'clock. We settled in or seats and waited for the show to begin. Soon enough they made the five minute warning call to make sure you grabbed a bar tender for a final drink if you ...
... compilation that he burned for him. What a nice note to end our trip on - another kind person to soften some of the inevitable rough edges of travel.
I spent some of the waiting time having a pedicure - lovely! The biking was easy on the feet; the walking on cobblestones not so much.
Landing at YVR and seeing those beautiful coast mountains, inhaling the salty tang of the ocean overlaid with the smoky aroma of beach fires as we drove up to ...