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... wandered around Sag Harbour which has a charming village and lots of boats. There are big super yachts but also lots of ordinary sized sailing yachts and powers boats.
We met up with a couple of kiwis, one of whom has lived in the States for a number of years and spends 6 months in the US and 6 months in Taupo. We stayed at her relatively modest house in East Hampton and ...
... Connecticut while federal court proceedings were undertaken for their disposition. The owners of the ship and Spanish government claimed the slaves as property; but the US had banned the African trade and argued that the Mende were legally free.
Because of issues of ownership and jurisdiction, the case gained international attention. Known as United States v. The Amistad (1841), the case was finally decided by the US Supreme ...
... surf boards from the village. And this beach has less people since its a bit far from the village. There are a number of hiking and biking trails in the area.
I ride back with my ass killing me and my legs begging me to stop. But I make it back. I cycled over 20 miles and my energy levels are the same as my phone. I got a taxi back to the station. I paid 12 dollars on my way to the village and 10 dollars back to the station. Then I get onto the train and got back ...
... having a blast. My birthday was the 14th of August. We went to a German restaurant and I had a gigantic beer and I had some German Mac 'n Cheese. Then we ran around in the mini golfing course and went to sloppy tuna. I liked a wall . We sat on the lifeguard stand on the beach. The next day(my birthday) we went to the beach and we swam in the ocean and met a surfer from Puerto Rico. That was a fun swimming session and then I had ...
New York is so big and it is so
tempting to stay there for ever and be swallowed by the high energy
of the city.
We have a lovely breakfast with Karen
and Sophie Young in the new rehabilitated “Chelsea” area and it
was nice to have a quick update on the stay of Sophie this summer in
Oxford-England and the new development of the fantastic charity
created by Karen the ...