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... American home cook in 1958. She likes making some things and not others, even as she prefers eating some things to others — and there, in personal aesthetics, does the matter end for her. It’s not that Betty lacks opinions about food. It’s just that the ones she has are limited to what she does and does not personally like to make and eat.
Now imagine one possible counterpart to Betty today, her 30-year-old granddaughter Jennifer. ...
... finished in the museum, we went back to the pop up park and decided to get some tea from one of the stalls. Phil had spotted one which was doing 'Philly cheese steak' so decided on that. As I'm not a fan of melted cheese, I asked for mine just steak. They were yummy and we sat by the water eating them. More hammocks were free now so we decided to go on one again before heading back to the apartment to do the mammoth load of washing we had!
... in its rich culture.
So while I grew up in MD, it's my travels abroad where I have and will continue to grow. With this trip to Guatemala, I hope to keep growing as a cultured participant instead of an ignorant outsider. I want to become aware of how our Central American neighbors live.
Traveling is a rather selfish thing to do because the traveller is the one who benefits from the experience. My hope on this trip is to impact ...
... it taken care of.
We made camp in Amish country, in fact, right next to an Amish farm. It was a beautiful area and had some interesting features, like a goat that was chained to a fence 24/7 (we made sure someone was giving him food and water) and a cat that tried to adopt us and kept trying to jump into our tent trailer every time we opened the door.
There was a farm road between the campground and the farm, where we would take walks and look at the ...
... for the steps outside which Sylvester Stallone ran up in Rocky.
We got a picture by the statue and a homeless man took the picture for some money. After that Becci recorded Andrew several times running up the steps. He was knackered by the time she had finished. I also managed to get several pictures of me as well. I did not run up there as it would have taken me ages. The steps are so famous we were sat there for a couple of hours and there ...
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