Colts Neck Inn Hotel
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Today was a day on the toes. Since morning have been running with different activities in hand with short deadlines. Got confused with the Monitor office and then had to take a cab to drive all the way to mid- town to the new office. The new office wasn't very impressive, rather was very confusing. I went around the office 2 times to finally find a restroom. First time skipped breakfast and lunch. And for the first time had water in my eyes in NY. It ...
... br> They don't celebrate Bonfire Night/Guy Fawkes night in the US but to remind us of home we had our own little celebration.So in the evening Angus and Matthew put on a few mini fireworks in the garden. In the US it is illegal to set off fireworks in your garden but these were just like big sparklers lol. We also did some small sparklers, it was nice to keep with our tradition being so far away. They have a lovely varada outside which overlooks ...
Driving from New Haven to New York City. That was a car ride that I wished would never end. Just four months removed from college graduation, and only two months after coming home from San Francisco, I was off to Thailand to teach English (and Science, technically) for four months. Oh, and I was stopping in Nepal on the way. Did I know Thai? Nope. Nepali? Nope. Did I have a plan for Nepal? Nope. Any clue how many classes I'd be ...
... The piano player didn't have a boarding pass but I told him to come with me.My RMOY chops kicked right in and there was no problem about overweight or getting a seat with extra leg room. No business class but still not too bad. Then we said goodbye to my bodyguard and the driver and a man from the Embassy (he is Malagasy and they sent him to South Carolina for training which he said was shocking). I gave away all my remaining Ariary (thousands ...