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... s on the waterfront, a Hamilton landmark.
It was a nice relaxing break. Once the Minnie Van was parked it didn’t move an inch and I didn’t get behind a steering wheel for three full days but at bedtime Minnie and I would cross the street to go ‘home’ for the night. Unfortunately, the weather was grey and gloomy the whole time, but so it goes.
... home and ended up (sort of procrastinating) on the couch chatting with Uncle Vaughn and Aunt Jackie. Uncle Vaughn was relaying all the mischief he got up to as a kid, playing all sorts of pranks (such as cayenne pepper in grapes, firecrackers on the stove etc.) on his poor unsuspecting mother while she would spend ages on the phone. He had us all in stitches, it was so funny. Finally into bed, a lot later than we should've. Up at 6:15 tomorrow, for a 7am ...
... that hard you would think.. each artist having very distinctive styles..
But when the results were in the following evening the amazing result was that the winner did so with 8 correct answers out of 15 and the average being less than four correct...
Good fun had by all..
This was followed by a sit down Chinese meal, loads of reunions and introductions.
Being a relative outsider I was made to feel ...
... I've only spent not quite 3,600 MP, a bit over $300.00 Cdn. I'll keep the rest for Oaxaca '15. Brys, you interested? The Night of the Dead: hmm, how many travelers over the years should be in that category? I can think of several from the Silk Road, Michelle.
Supposed to get some liquid vanilla for a friend of a brother but never did get inside a grocery store on this trip. No signs of same in duty free, the shops generally filled with clerks only.
... to Machu Picchu) we are taking the train from Titicaca through the Andes - I am SO excited about that!
From Peru, we head to Paraguay. We'll be heading south initially, to see the ruins of the Jesuit Missions for a couple of days. From there we'll be heading back to the capital (Asuncion) and then taking a bus 8-10 hrs north to the Chaco, specifically Loma Plata. That's where my grandma and grandpa grew up and where my mom was born. I am really excited to ...