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... shorting himself out of tip, who was I to argue, that wasn't the most pleasant of rides either!
Fortunately the facility where the install was taking place that afternoon was walking distance from the Hilton, that was the reason I had chosen that property. I showed up late for the install as I had some matters to attend to, but I knew the video crew had already done a site inspection and they had said they didn't need my help to load ...
... a Declaration of Independence. At the end of this walk you come to Congress Hall. This building sits right next to Independence Hall. Congress Hall was built in 1787 as the County Court House. At the time Philadelphia was not the only city in the county. There were a dozen others. When the country took their first census Philadelphia county had 3 out of the top 10 largest cities in America. Today they have all expanded and grown together to be ...
... was not helped by the fact that there is a general lack of trust in all forms of business transaction with limited collaboration. For instance, guides telling us that we should not trust street hawkers or people from Delhi; or the intense competition between safari truck drivers looking for Tigers which was in sharp contrast to the great collaboration we saw in the Serengeti where drivers would share animal locations ...
... about him. A few years ago, he had accepted 50GBP (no pounds button on this thing) to **** himself in the bar. He did the deed, took the money and then got changed. Easy money.
When I got to Philadelphia, he'd just finished exams so was a free man once again.
Here are the things we did:
- Went out with all the Economics students. I didn't want to go ...
... and beanies so I was really thrilled. Like I said in my earlier Facebook status update - I was so over looking at least halfway presentable and instead I now had to focus on survival. So it was scarf, gloves, beanie and snap-on earmuffs and I was good to go. I dashed back to the hotel, grabbed my bags and shot through to the Greyhound station. And here I am - en route to New York on my last Greyhound bus ride of my month long Trans American journey. It's just ...