By the Bluff
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Our drive from New Jersey to the Hamptons took us up through New York. Sounds daunting but the roads and bridges just roll on though Brooklyn, across Staten Island then up through the Hampton Bays.
The Hamptons lives up to it reputation having very, very grand houses on large, manicured properties. Lots of lovely (and expensive) shops in the quaint villages and long sandy ...
... Laundromat, there was nothing to do but sit and wait... and wait... and wait... Don't you just love travelling and having to keep on top of dirty underwear!
And then we had to wait for the dryer to dry our clothes... more waiting. Before long, we found other ways to entertain ourselves whilst waiting for our thongs ...
... where she has since dominated the waterfront at Chubb’s Wharf.
The JOSEPH CONRAD veteran training ship,sailed under three flags before mooring permanently at Mystic Seaport in 1947. Built in Copenhagen in 1882 and named Georg Stage as a memorial to the young son of Frederik Stage, a prominent ship owner, the 111-foot vessel, one of the smallest full-rigged ships built in modern times, was designed to accommodate eighty ...
... BTW they do not take discover credit card.
So now I am back to huffing and puffing my way to the light house. At one point i was so damn tired that I get off my bike and pushed it to the top of the slope since I couldn't cycle up the slope. I reached the light house and the same touristy things happened.It costs you 10 dollars to get into the premises of the light house and to the top of the light house.They do not allow backpacks, big bags, etc. There is a one ...
So I haven't written in 21 days. That is quite a while. A lot happened. I went to Sloppy Tuna and met two South Africans that work there. The one is a manager and the other one a bouncer. Helen came to visit and she went with me to Sloppy Tuna too, later that same day. We played sack throwing with some random guys, we met a cop from NYC and we drank with him and then I partied with him and his friends and we played beer pong and ...