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... is healthy and in shape though). SPEAKING OF SLANG - sweet baby Jesus: I went grocery shopping today, which first of all, you don't refer to as "grocery shopping" here: they laugh at me when I say that. But back to the point, I went grocery shopping and seriously had the hardest time trying to find the ingredients I needed for a recipe. I knew the ingredients, but Tesco is so big, I didn't know where to find them - so I'd ask. Well, that didn't go ...
... Jo-Ann got in the driver's seat and we drove to Devil's Bridge. Our intention was to do some hiking in a National Park (Amy's choice) but we missed the turn-off. The kids played with the puddle ice in the carpark. We decided to take the 45 minute walk around the Rhaeadrah Falls. It was great. The path gradually lead down to a view of the falls and then sharply down a set of 50 ...
... a good grasp of the city now. I can navigate through city centre now very well. It was nice, this morning I went to check out the market as Hayley had suggested and they were selling these delicious mini meat pies for £0.90! They were so good and reminded me of being home for Xmas, since we always have meat pie. I learned the *********** Saturday not to eat in a hotel though, after paying £6 for the tiniest bowl of soup!! I was pretty astounded (in a bad ...
... week for the past few months back in Canada or I would have never been able to lug around all this **** or lift a 70lb bag. Its weird to feel awkward and out of place, its so unlike me! I kind of like the challenge though, and it just makes me laugh. But first off, I forgot that they also walk on the opposite side too, so I was running into everyone for a little while. I was also the only person walking with that much luggage, and there was a lot ...
... to the Americans' chagrin turned back into town. (We helpfully explained to our US friends that they could "do" the Boathouse for themselves in exchange for a little lucre.) John was in full flight now and took us back past another of Dylan's homes and threw in snippets about Richard Hughes and "High wind in Jamaica" (apt on a day like today!), Augustus John and Martin Amis, public houses and descriptions of Dylan collecting water from ...