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... headquarters. There were many excellent speakers for the Opening Ceremonies including Ban Ki Moon's Secretary General (?) who read to us an inspiring message written for us by BKM himself. The former ambassador to Indonesia and a current US UN officer spoke with the kids about careers in International Relations.
The best part was sitting in the General Assembly where UN ...
... in Austin downtown...everywhere. I expect that during July when the average max is 36deg these rooftop bars would be pretty crowded.
Out for dinner with Sam and Ailien at ZTejas. They market themselves as a Southwestern Grill and have a diverse menu so you can't miss out. Sue and I had southern meatloaf which was superb...so was the cornbread and Tortilla soup.
I am currently sat at another airport waiting for my 3rd delayed flight and starving because they have shut all the restaurant because it is 9 in the evening. This fantastic stop on my journey was the first where I spent the whole time in a hostel on my own and now I am on my way to San Fran.
I arriving into Austin from Houston after a very interesting greyhound journey where I heard the life story of the nice man sat next to me including details about his life in jail, ...
... the campus of the Texas state university, which was actually bigger than the town/city of Austin! It was huge and gorgeous, I would have loved to go to uni in a place like that! It's a big sports college and we stopped by their sports stadium which was massive ad Joseph told us it seats 100,000. Waawy. We passed by the Capitol building (where the Texas state government is) which looks strangely familiar (Washington DC seemed to have a similar building in white!) ...
... there were stoplights and traffic. I described it as scenic "el Camino Real" only more country.
We got to Lafayette and it was time to switch drivers and have lunch. Nicole found a place called Chris' Po-Boys which was right off the freeway. I had the catfish and Nicole had Chris' special (roast beef, ham and swiss with gravy). Both were yummy. If you happen to be in Lafayette- ...