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We had a pretty lazy day on Sunday. We dyed Mardi's hair and whilst she was letting the dye set I went for a walk and picked up some lunch. I ventured up to 63rd street and Eighth avenue and took some photos around this area, most of you will understand the 63 reference given recent events in Australia around the death of Phillip Hughes.
I walked back from 63rd street to 44th and grabbed lunch at Shake Shack. Yum.
After lunch we ventured to ...
Now take one guess as to the day that it will snow? Yes, correct, the day I leave. It is looking like it won't start sticking until later...but all I can think of is Krakow. But I shall remain positive. It does mean that Nico and I will not be heading to Central Park (it is literally raining / snowing all day. Neither of us want to be totally soaked just before we fly... particularly as Nico has already had an ...
... Though this does mean I can update my blog earlier than anticipated. Last day at archives for this week - looking forward to more Manhatten time! Would you like to hear my plan? Of course you would.
Saturday will be the busy day and Sunday will be more relaxed, leaving plenty time for some bits of shopping and some last bits of exploring. I will also head in on Wednesday morning before my evening flight. Nico wants to go ...
... might be "interesting" or "unique") they are very welcome. As long as you are happy to talk to me at 11pm or after!! No takers? It's ok, I'm not offended.
I still have two blog plans for if absolutely nothing interesting happens in a day. After all, I don't want to bore you all entirely silly (and if I am, you can stop reading now. I can't stop you)
Until tomorrow ...
I knew that rattus rattus was a black rat. But I have learned something new today - that a Uganda red hog (or red river hog) is a Potamochoerus porcus! My research today has so far consisted of scouring reports between 1942 and 1949 of the yellow fever research lab in Uganda for anything to do with water. I was a bit skeptical as to whether I would find anything, and nearly didn't order up ...