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... explored some Brooklyn highlights like Prospect Park, the Grand Army Plaza greenmarket, Smorgasburg and Matt’s favourite sports bar. We were lucky to see a mother raccoon with her three babies in Central Park – as if all the performers, artists and people watching weren’t entertaining enough! We also went on a cruise on the Hudson River and it was beautiful watching the city lights appear although too cold for my mum and I so we headed inside to ...
... to live in another country and become immersed in the culture came as a result of being selected as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Malaysia. That adventure began on January 3, 2013 when we waved good bye at Newark Airport. After months of Skype and FaceTime conversations...the time has come for a real time hug!!! So I sit here at JFK with Mike (aka Daddy) waiting to begin our trip to see Amanda! Stay ...
... this museum was the highlight as it has on display the best of the best from a vast swathe of human history, truly incredible. Thankfully it stays open till 9pm and so we had afternoon tea and dinner there and left just before closing. Sunday morning broke with cloudy but cool weather and after a bit of sleep in and some administration (aka laundry), we headed off once again this time to the High Line. The High Line is a fabulous new urban space designed on what was once an overhead ...
... paprika on spaetzle. The Paprika was well flavored, but the spaetzle was a disaster. It had obviously been re-warmed, and stuck together the edges dried and the consistency of the rest would have made library paste proud. A quick survey, said that all the other main dishes were fine if not very good, but the spaetzle was consistently awful.
The dessert ...
... you are back in either Namche, or, for the dirt-loving, Lukla or Kathmandu.
You will want to have a nice warm down jacket, gloves, wool hat, sweater/hoodie. You can certainly spend lots of money on technical fibers, so, do a bit of research to determine what is right for your budget (www.rei.com is a good place). Keep in mind, whatever you do purchase you'll want it all to fit in one large backpack (unless you plan to hire porters to lug ...
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