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(Heads up - couple of extra photos added to 'City of Roses' entry)
Well I guess I haven't done very well in keeping up with writing this over the past couple of weeks. It's been difficult finding time to do it, I've been pretty busy and when I haven't, I'm so tired. Seriously, I think it's the sea air or something. And the insomnia (only in Seattle huh?), which has gone now but I'm yawning aaaaall the time! It's crazy. Although this does tend to happen to me in seaside towns ...
... days a year but we were lucky enough to see it for four of the five days we were there – we had stupendous weather. We quickly scoped out Pike Place as it was closing and hit one of Tom Douglas’s restaurants (a Seattle chef -entrepreneur) for dinner – Seatown- which was delicious.
First thing next morning we all did an excellent guided eating tour of the stalls at Pike Place Market (including Doughnuts, Tea, Fish, Chowder, ...
... hee in Seattle just outside our hotel. Again it was because one taxi driver was parking in the wrong place. The taxi driver on the footpath was yelling at him and called him a Sudanese monkey and an I.C.I.S. batch. Not nice. The other nasty yelling match was between one gang on the pavement and one guy - lots of cursing and arm waving and posturing. On the other hand, last night we were walking and walking ...
... way of keeping us awake too - well, most of us. Ethan put his head in his hands as soon as we sat down and woke up just as we were leaving! The rest of us take our time and enjoy the views and the sunshine. Later we wander back to the hotel via the Olympic Sculpture Park. Jet lag has us and we decide to go out to the first ever Starbucks to help us keep awake. It doesn't really work and by 9 pm we are back in the hotel and all asleep. No doubt we will all be up in the middle of the ...
... with a plan to go to Spain for 3 months, then Croatia
(different zone) for 3 months, then I don’t know-it will be winter, my income
will be ending, but I hope to have found something by then.
Of course the stark reality of getting rid of things which
bring me comfort, are useful or sentimental further unnerves me. I sometimes
wake at night in a panic. I will have 4
weeks of couch surfing, if I follow through on my end of June date (which I will