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... walk through Fes’ medina is a lesson in getting lost. Whether it’s wanton or not, a visitor left to his own device will, inevitably... get lost. The trick is to enjoy the experience – with all its exotic, intoxicating stimuli – safe in the knowledge that, with enough wandering, a way-finding landmark will materialize. Eventually.
I met Roger in the Mauritanian embassy in Rabat, barely four weeks into my ...
Hi all. We have had another great day today. We set out early this morning on the Big Red Tour bus. We travelled all around London ( diverted a couple of times because of the London Marathon). Thousands of runners and spectators. We went on the eye then went to a lovely pub for a drink. Tomorrow we intend to go to the tower to see the Crown Jewels and visit Harrods,. It may be ...
... hours...fun chatting Then....onto HARRODS. Wow! Had a great time there... Christmas stuff. Meagan and I now have matching Christmas Decorations from HARRODS. Wandered the toy area....wow! Saw the pet pampering area and all the pet clothes and beds and diamond dog collars.... Then headed to the ice cream bar... After much soul searching...and deciding I must be coming down with something....I asked Megs for a reincheck till ...
... Club theme song We are the Champions, by now the audience is really going off. If that wasn't enough they came back for an encore of Bohemian Rhapsody. This trip of a life time is giving us the time of our lives, we are just loving London and its only going to get better, it's now only one sleep to The Lords test match and I'm like a little kid Christmas, the excitement is unbelievable. C'mon Aussie ...
... all events, you must look down, & somewhat drained while riding the metro, unless of course you are staring at foreigners. In that case, you may, look up & on deliberately, unabashed, with judgement or curiosity or both, and need not even avert your eyes when met with the subject foreigner's eyes. Beyond looking as though life is one big yawn, other acceptable metro behaviors are listening to iPod, sleeping--or feigning same, reading, and of course staring at foreigners. ...
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