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... jure, si c'est votre chanson préférée, alors c'est la plus belle version de la chanson qui existe.
Merci à ma cousine Louise qui me l'a fait découvrir quand on montait à Rouyn pour les funérailles d'oncle Raymond. D'ailleurs, une autre version a joué aux funérailles de Raymond, alors quelque part, il doit y avoir quelque chose dans cette chanson qui rassemble les Blais. Louise, je te jure, c'est une chanson "en répétition" sur mon I-Pod et je pense à ...
she tells me I should have a long form from the USDA. I went there, paid $37.00
for a stupid stamp, and that was all they gave me. I have no freaking long
form. “Wait one minute.” I am told as she goes to her computer and does the
typical typing and contemplating at the screen in front of her. Minutes pass by
as I play out all negative scenarios in my own mind. John is standing beside me
silent. He too, is hoping for the ...
... long. The next choice was FAB!! Rib Strip, ribs cut length ways! Oh M Gee! A lovely dinner followed by names on doorlist at Rosebar where I catch up with Sol. I met Facundo and Sol in Mancora. Such Gems! I have a taxi coming at 6:30am, and they convince me not to sleep, this was at 3am! Ok, so I have one more fernet and finally leave at 4:30am, which is "so early". Staying awake was hard, but I did it, and got to my flight after falling asleep on the bus ...
... and kebab later, didn't care where the hostel was located.
We were glad to be arriving back in Buenos Aires as Montevideo didn't really have a lot going for it. At the bus station however, we got into the cab of an unbelievably angry driver who seemed to take traffic jams personally. He was inches from other cars bumpers beeping his horn and flashing
his lights if they had the temerity to stop at a red light, creating his own lanes, cutting people up and generally being ...
... out dancing and drinking cheap beer.) Being in Cancun every week or two, I manage to maintain a nice glow. With the freckles and red hair, it's still apparent that I am Celtic Caucasian. I swear I'm not trying to fool anybody. But a nice glow looks better. I swear. Even my skin-cancer-preaching friends have agreed. Some people, like my dearest friend Savannah, pull off that creamy white perfect skin look. I simply do not.
One would imagine being in South ...