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... I felt so sad for her and scrambled at the same time. Suddenly it became necessary to book a hotel room and a flight to Seattle. So any time for integration and strengthening
was gone. I do understand the expectations and needs of others, and I look
forward to the reunions. But how to adjust my expectations and bring my new
Though I was dealing with nausea and a migraine for most of
the 20 hour day, I am so glad that oversea journeys ...
... Tammy's son Noah and myself. I got a Seattle Seahawks shirt which I was pretty pleased with. Will picked up a snow globe for his Mum. We saw a few shirts that might be suitable for friends and family, but we decided we could always come back if we wanted. We continued on from there to the bubblegum alley. Throwing some gum in our mouths we came to the ally and headed down, it is a little gross but when in Rome right? After taking some snaps of the wall, ourselves and ...
We arrived in Incheon around 6am but it took us 2 hours to get through their lock system before we were docked. We headed off to our tour early, our tour was to the DMZ and the border between North and South Korea, the weather was reasonable, in fact it became quite warm as he day went on. We left for our tour to the De Militarised Zone (DMZ) and the 3rd Tunnel. It was a long drive over the Han River, the main river system in Korea, we saw the western side ...
... find somewhere not too expensive to eat. So we asked a man sitting with his dog. The dog was lovely, he was a cross between a King Charles spaniel and a bishon, called something like a champon. His name was Jackpot. The man was lovely too, he was friendly and helpful. He had spent a month in NZ in a camper van touring both islands and loved it. He was very a chatty and friendly. So you see, the naughty and the ...
... park for a little fun. And then we hung out in the backyard catching up on family news. The weather was fantastic! Gavin had his first shot of whiskey from his cousin Bill! Sure did clear up his stuffy nose....tea, lemon and whiskey! We had lots of "firsts" on this trip, but the grandchildren are sworn to ...
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