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... that I thought he must be new at the job. Then again so many others helped us along our way that I may just be too used to the brusque east coast style, even after my years in C-ville.
All day, Melina was looking forward to seeing Juan so naturally I fully expected her to freeze up and put on the "shy" act when we saw him, but she surprised us all by giving his leg a huge eyes-closed hug that lasted for at least a few minutes, and then ...
... is 2 days after I get back from this contract!
Back onboard, we went back to our new room to see if the people had moved out but the shoes were still there so we knocked on the door. Some shirtless guy who looked like he just woke up opened the door a crack and realized why we were there and quickly shut the door to get his things packed up. We had to leave for work soon so we just put our luggage in Monique’s* room and changed into our uniforms ...
... ready for a night out on the town, first we checked out the water front then went in search of a bar we heard about on the downlow! It was a bit of a walk but we found it, down an alley and through a red door, a tiny name plaque and a light outside. Once in we walked up the stairs into the most fantastic little cocktail bar, brick walls, bar stall, books on the shelf and one cocktail waiter with lines of spirits and mixers in front and behind him. We managed to find a ...
... crowd of people standing right by the tensa barriers. I used to wonder about the mentality of this, especially on airlines with allocated seating, figuring the plane won’t go anywhere without you. Then I started travelling short haul flights through Europe with hand baggage only (and not an oversize bag, but one that’s probably about half the maximum size – who cares about folding, the hotel will have an iron. Probably) and discovered the joys ...
... not a single person questioned this ficticious statement. Dang! I am already turning into the muppet version of my previous self!!
On Thursday, we dropped Maddie off at Jee Jac kennels in Burlington and headed into Seattle. We stayed in a beautiful suite at the waterfront Marriott and proceeded to eat & drink our way through Seattle, choosing only to visit the Space Needle & Pikes Marketplace for touristy destinations. My ...
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