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... adding up! Aunt Jenna sent my babysitting resume/letter of intro out to her friends with kids. I already have 5 days of sitting next week. She has seriously been so helpful. Apparently I'm her favorite niece or she would have left me on curb a while ago (kidding, I have a lot of good competition for that title).
Apart from my rear-end falling asleep from sitting on this hard chair, I am completely loving life in NYC. I'm excited for my new adventure!
... From Asian Animals, to Asian peoples to birds of the world, to reptiles and amphibians, to South American and Mexican people, to Pacific Peoples, to marine life and ecosystems, to dinosaurs and African mammals, to primates the list is endless. I enjoyed exploring the dinosaurs and Native American exhibits the most probably, but there were so many things to see it is hard to recall them all. ...
... Central Park and soaked up a bit of sun. The park is massive for saying it's situated in the city centre and has a lot of lakes and big open spaces. Other than that, I was still unwell and exhausted. So I just headed back and rested up. We headed over to Rafael's apartment in queens from now on. Thursday came, unfortunately it was hammering it down with rain! So I made this the day I visited the 9/11 memorial and museum at the World ...
... souvenir shop we could find. We weren't disappointed, & were able to 'currency dump' (Tim's expression) on some memorabilia. We chilled out on the theatre ticket office roof; taking in the sights & sounds one last time. Walked back to the hotel & picked up our cases to go back to the airport. The sudden realisation of everything we had done during our week in the city hit us hard & we could barely keep our eyes open on the ...
... I started to get really nervous and wanted out. I was really nervous flying into New York too. I kept wondering exactly what threats they were worried about.
It was extremely hot sitting in the sun for two hours so we returned to our hotel for a cool down. My face was really grimy, and my bag was dusty. On the way back we bought ONE "sandwich" from the Halal Guys. It was what I would term a wrap, sort of like a kebab except that the chicken was not cut off a big ...
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