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Travel Blogs from Paris
... far away in advance and to avoid the bureaucratic cluster**** I have fallen victim to....next time I will not be so naive to believe government agencies are true to their word in filing documents in a timely manner, let alone having the decency to actually respond to your requests for information as to WTF is taking so long!!!
As to what I will do to pass time on my 24hr journey to HCMC, I shall tell you. The puny 7hr ...
... to volunteer teaching English, it came down to a choice between Vietnam and Peru. What I liked about going to Peru was the chance to visit a new continent and going to visit the breath taking sites of Machu Picchu on the plateau in the Andes; when I say it like that I almost wish I chose there instead! But seriously, I ended up siding with Vietnam because I've always enjoyed modern history and when I found ...
1. All Along the Watchtower Jimi Hendrix
2. Black Betty - Ram Jam
3. Born to Be Wild - Steppenwolf
4. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood - The Animals
5. The End - The Doors
6. Fortunate Son - CCR
7. Free Bird - Lynyrd Skynyrd
8. Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones
9. Give Peace a Chance - The Plastic Ono Band
10. Green River - CCR
11. Happiness is a Warm Gun - Beatles
12. Hey Joe - ...
... with the local history and how closely it affected Barb's family and the house they now live in. Mom loves history and thought it was pretty neat that the Duke & Duchess of York stopped at the train station that was located right near the house Barb lives in now. The train station is gone but the photo's and story were interesting and fun.
Alex was great helping me fix a few little issues I had with the Rialta - like bathroom odours and ...
... for the possibility of disappointment, before pressing the starter button. The engine cranks but doesn’t quite catch although the battery seems strong. That’s good. I turn the key to off and twist the throttle a couple of times, although I doubt it makes any difference on a fuel injected ECU controlled engine. I count to ten and try again. Key on. Clutch in. Press the starter. Crank. VROOOM!
The belly cowl goes on with a bit of ...