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Days 1-5 They say 'frantic' like it's a bad thing. So six months of work building up to a certain moment, having little positive impact on the situation, leads to 'frantic'? Maybe that isn't such a good thing. Especially for your first night travelling, day 1 of 365. God I hope they get easier... _ Tim and Chris in New York, USA _ Wow what a rush …
... get our bread. When we got it was still warm because it had been just baked in the place next-door! The owner of the place next door had been in college at Yale when her parents died leaving the bakery to her. I love to see how she took the bakery and into her own hands and did a great job by herself. When Jordan I got our hot chocolate I almost felt like laughing. They were bowls the size of the ones that ...
Headed to trapeze class in the morning again. It was supposed to be dry weather until 2 pm but it looked very dark in the sky. I skipped the ‘Gazelle’ trick in class since the back of my knee wasn’t healed enough yet. I practiced 1 swing. I thought it went better than last time and then I got to work on a new trick. It’s called a ‘Penny roll’. There are a lot of steps involved in this trick so you easily forget during your swing what to do. ...
Tonight we went back to mum and dad's favorite restaurant in New York. It is a mexican restaurant called Mexico Lindo.
We all tried different things and the food is quite different to Mexican food in Australia.
I would recommend it to everyone if you ever get the chance to ...
... between a he and a he or a she and a she existed long
before Dumas's novel, stories uncovered yet, stories that are silently
waiting to be discovered by a narrator. Surely, in the future, the
guy couples will sing their love in stories, happy or not, evoking
not the fragility of flowers but the resilience of plants as Sophora
The alley leads my steps to the Reservoir, the largest lac in Central
Park. It was built in 1862 as a reservoir ...