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... finally gave him his Birthday gifts! He seems to be getting more handsome (or is that the ‘grandmother’ in me finally getting to get out!!) He and Phil have patched up their differences and I doubt Saul will ever stand him up again!! Left there and headed home. All was well until we pulled into the garage and backed in to park! There is a pillar that was too close tonight and Phil scraped the edge of the car. White paint on the side of the ...
... for fuel and potty break just before Bulgaria border. For most of the trip we have been buying drinking water. I guess the locals drink it but as we are not accustomed to it our director feels we should buy our water. A very long wait at the Montenegro border as we left there. They took our passports again-usually a guy get on the bus and collects them and looks at the picture and us. Sometimes we have to get out and go to a window and be scrutinized. Now 200 ...
... freak out that I will have to go down all 9 floors before being able to return to the elevators and go back up to the 9th floor. Luckily there was a "Emergency exit" on floor 5. But really? 4 floors, what if some crazy killer had followed me into the stairwell and I had a bad knee? Going down 4 flights of stairs is sending a clear sign that we need to be fat and use the elevators. Anywho! I finally make it back in to the consulate office and ask if the background check has to ...
... incident. We left.
The walk home was wet. I do wish we had had a photo of this but just when we thought we could not get wetter an ambulance, sirens blazing, went past and did a comedy spray of water over all of us. Couldn't help but laugh. Soooooo soaked and Ruth wiping water out of eyes. Classic.
Home to hostel and dry clothes and Brazil vs Colombia- with Hot Chocolate and Tea!
... swan boats. Originally the boats were like peddleoes for two people but today they can fit up to twenty people.... All steered and peddled by a member of staff at the back! I can't help bit feel that's cheating; no hard graft and precarious steering/near crashes- I thought that was all part of the experience! I would also imagine that being aboard with 18 other people would kill the intimacy and romantic vibes! By the looks of things, today the boats are more popular with ...
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