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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 ...
... at night.
Louise and I went and had a sauna while Helen and Steve did the washing.
At around 6.30pm we caught a cab to Fenway Park the home of the Boston Red Sox. We did the traditonal thing and grabbed a hotdog from one of the vendors outside. Once inside we realised that there was many more foods to enjoy. Our diet for the evening consisted of salt and sugar - chicken and chips, popcorn, peanuts (in the shell which made a good ...
... and down the streets to find a dry-ish space to cross. Just when we thought we found a good spot, we'd head across the road and find a huge puddle blocking the way on the other side!
Eventually we came to a gorgeous park with a frozen lake and snow everywhere. We had our first sighting of squirrels darting around on the snow between the trees. They were clearly used to people. At one point one little guy came charging toward us which was hilarious. He ...
Yesterday was our last day in Boston, we had a whistle stop tour here but managed to cover the major sites. True to being tourists we flagged down a trolley bus tour that covered the city's vast history - American independence started here - the city is home to Paul Revere, a silversmith who alerted the military that the British were invading so they could defend their land. As you can imagine we got our fair share of stick for being British here. ...
... of places."
Haha drama queen. But yep, still on the same page, more so in some ways and less so in others. I'm really excited to go home, to see my friends and spend time with my beautiful family who I miss so much...but the thought of routine still does make me want to gasp for breath, as does the image of me stepping foot into an office again. But as for the social misfit status...perhaps I am but this no longer bothers me, I've fallen ...
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