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... a lot more. But giving to the homeless is a good feeling. It would be good if more people had a heart and gave back instead of taking everything for granted.
I think that this is the best thing to do as a young group, it makes young people realise and learn valuable things. It could even change them and make them so much more thankful for what they have.
... anyone could ever want in one shop was almost sickening so we left to the urban outfitters across the road where there was 50% off the sale items! Then we ended up on the strip again an bumped into king Julian the monkey thing (I'm not actually sure if it's a monkey but you know the fluffy animal in madagascar, that) and took a photo with the little fluffy thing, who was clearly washed using herbal essences cos he smelled so good! When mama and papa told me that my Spanish would ...
... far as the eye could see reflecting incredible cumulus clouds that dominated the clear blue sky. It was truly a breathtaking sight. Key West was a small, harbour town where tourists milled about eating key lime pie and drinking buy one get one free margheritas in the quirky bars; most containing live music. The town felt very old fashioned with old lamp posts and cigar shops. We walked around in the evening, ending at a large square which was full of people watching the sun ...
... to Joanne. For the remainder of this cruise, this was my morning ritual. Go for an early morning walk, have something to eat myself and then bring back breakfast to Joanne in our stateroom.
....a piece of chocolate, a cup of ice...and more! What does this mean, you ask? Well, for this cruise, I decided to take part in more activities. I learned that when you take part in an activity, you get a card that is signed for each one that you take part in. On the last day of the ...
... when Bob had lunch at the Versailles with a Cuban client, it was a modest restaurant serving typical Cuban food. Today it is huge, a tourist attraction mentioned in every guidebook. Even though my pork with yellow rice was just OK and Bob thought his lunch was not as good as he remembered, the restaurant is still heavily patronized by Cuban locals as well as Gringos and Japanese.
After lunch and an arroz con leche ...
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