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... France before Christmas to see the Christmas markets. I even left my bag in Poland so the flight was cheaper, anything to save a bit of money!
As the flight was in progress, the pilot would occasionally come on the speaker to update us on progress, not that it was necessary. Looking out the window, 3/4 of the trip was made in clear, bright blue sky. Then it clouded over, and as we dipped through the clouds, the rain began...
"Welcome to England"
... row 11 I throw my luggage into the overhead and start to crawl over the aisle person to be met by an airplane wall.
Every other window seat has a window.
Claustrophobia sets in and I'm grateful for my 7am pint.
As the plane takes off, the seat belt sign goes off quiet quickly and Rusher and I ascend the 45 degree angel incline up to the front of the airplane to relieve my bladder and Rusher notices 3 empty seats at the front. With a ...
... was hoping to save that for when I get back home. Taking the left lens out, I put in a new pair and huzzah! I could see again.
I headed back out again this time with much better vision and walked the opposite direction along the pedestrian street. A little way from the hostel was the massive St Michael’s cathedral. Once an orthodox church when the town was part of the Russian empire, it is now a catholic place of worship. It’s situated right in the middle of ...
... effort. I’m sure they both had headaches by the end of the night. We sure did.
The connections were fun to see. Nijole the younger described Lithuanians as oak trees: strong, hearty, and connected for 100 years and more.
Sadly, after a full night of learning, listening, and loving, it was time to retire, head to the 4th floor to do this blog, and head to bed for tomorrow’s trip to ...
... morally questionable behaviour (infidelity, alcoholism, abuse of all forms) seem more lax in the former soviet states, raising the question of how these behaviours affect the practice of business in the area.
With the recent appointment of Bank of Canada Chairman Mark Carney to head the Bank of London, widely regarded as the most influential bank in Europe, Canada seems to be highly regarded by the ...