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At 8:00 my roommate and I left for the university cafeteria. Since no professor was waiting for us we all had a more or less relaxed breakfast. Today even with bacon.
After breakfast our group headed back to the dorm and to start working on our presentation. At lunchtime we took a break and finally finished off at 3:00 p.m. It was the perfect weather for working on a presentation, with no wistful ...
... also saw the statue dedicated to Paul Revere and in the background you can see the building where the candle was lit to warn of British invaders (one if by land and two if by sea). I was very lucky to meet such great people.
I had to leave in the middle of the impromptu tour to meet with Ian and Michela and see the Bruins playoff game against the Montreal Canadiens…we had amazing seats and in the 3rd period the Bruins were down 3-1 but came ...
... hotel. Asked if it was a reasonable place , and thought not such a bad
buckle our seat belts for the coming turbulents. Seemed 10 or 20 minutes of being buffeted by these turbulents. At one time the plane dropped 3-5 feet and the turbulents seemed relentless, worse ones i have experienced . They must be serious if the stewardess is sitting there with a concerned look on her face. Headwinds around 148 mph so explains the strength of these
... think it was worth mentioning. But yes, I was hellbent on avoiding the use of technology on this trip. My reasoning was both pragmatic and romantic. Pragmatically speaking, I simply didn't want to have any electronic valuables taken from me or inadvertently destroyed over the course of my travels. The thought of having a stolen iPhone ruin my first solo journey to Africa was unthinkable. On the romantic end of ...
... responsible for bringing pepper to the United States.
Our first stop was the Witches Memorial, a site created as a tribute to the people who lost their lives during the witches trials. It's rather chilling to wander around and read the names of each of the people either hanged or pressed to death. I felt an extreme sense of sadness reading each stone and this sadness only increased as we learnt more about ...
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