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After a 6 1/2 hr greyhound coach ride I made it to Clare and Vinces lovely apartment in San Jose. The coach was alright actually. Just a long trip! It was great to see Clare and have a catch up. Vince made it home from work at 11.30pm so we stayed up so I could meet him. Hes great and he bought me back a practice ball from the game! We are going Saturday to see a game with their little 9 year old nephew Anthony :-) Today I will chill a little and maybe walk ...
... quite a bit about this place as i had done huge amounts of research out of interest prior to leaving Sydney and she was on the mark. We walked through the house for about 60 minutes and i lagged behind a few times as i just needed to take a few photos despite the rules, although i knew i would later buy a book which would cover of the photographic needs i sought. There seemed to be more places which were restricted now and everything was cut off from tourists ...
... our stir fry dinner. She was also kind enough to pick up some chocolate for us at a nearby See's Candy :)
After dinner, Uncle Vince and I went to the pool so I could help him with his swimming. When he showed me his freestyle, I couldn't help but choke on water and laugh. Having absolutely no coaching experience, I dug deep and managed to pull out some decent advice.
... victim to dispair to the point she couldn't enjoy life and at least give to a great cause. All her possessions went to a niece who sold all the furnishings in an estate sale. According to the tour guide, none of the furniture was original to the house. He said they were not able to track down any of the items sold in the estate sale because records were not kept. I'm not sure what the niece did with all the money.
... of their
environment and they have also shut the environment from them. They
look like ghosts. On the sides of buses
in San Diageo, LA, Santa Barbra and Monterey you have adverts in English so the
people in the cars driving to their jobs, drinking their coffee, eating all the
food can read these adverts and buy more stuff. On board these same buses you have the same
adverts in Spanish. So the people using
the buses ...