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After waking up very tired from our night of preparing for our presentation, we dragged ourselves out of bed and all the way to school. After spending 5 hours in class (with 2 short breaks), we rocked the presentation! We spent a total of 6 hours in class that day, so as soon as class let out we ran to lunch! Then we took ...
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... dress themed so although it had been several years since I dressed like a nob, thought I would make the effort, despite only having access to the small amount of clothes within my backpack. Found a fabric store and thought the cheapest and easiest thing to rummage together would be Bananaman.
Got back to the house, where the night didn’t exactly get off to the best start… Got locked in the upstairs bathroom for about half an hour, before anyone realised. ...
Strangest Thing to See
We got around the city by metro trains, which were all packed. The train zooms around so fast and when it stops the doors only open for a few seconds so you have to be fast or the doors will close on you. While you are in the train there are various people selling things along the way – books, pens, glue, bum bags, gum anything. The funniest thing they were ...
... was just being overly careful because I made sure she knew I didn't want anything touched off the top. Afterwards we went for walk walk to buy a comb some Bobbie could fix my hair, on the way back we walked past a local bar so we decided to stop in and had a few margaritas, and I also had a sangria, which was in a huge glass and was delicious. After a few cocktails we headed back to the hotel and Bobbie fixed the parts my new hairdresser missed. We stayed in for the rest of the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed