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... brought much love for the country. They're friendly and quite welcoming people. I would really like to have friends all over the world. I think that's reason enough to be excited for something so unknown. Secondly, I'm very excited to leave the ******** of Lloyd, dumb girls, and ex-boyfriends behind for a while. I need to regain the energy I've wasted on situations like that. Another thing to look forward ...
... races abandoned due to unfavourable winds from the south. To fill in the time, we drank wine, ate cheese and played a game of Scrabble which Max won convincingly. Dinner was at Sumi Robata Bar, a Japanese restaurant which was an easy walk away on what turned out to be a very pleasant autumn evening. We shared a number of small dishes, including vegetables, seafood and meat cooked on the Robata (a Japanese-style barbecue). Max chose a couple of glasses of Snow ...
... the the riff raff coming in on their breaks. Now it is a mainly just regular stores. Less than I thought considering the prestige though each one does cover a lot of floor space. At the end of the mile is the water tower building. One of the only things left in downtown after a fire ripped through it back in the day. Next to it is the John Hancock building, of which I shimmied up to the 96th floor for a skyline view. 96 floors is high. It may ...
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