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Bit of a blur. The past few weeks have, especially, gone very quickly. Mainly because I have had to juggle my social life and actually working, due to mid terms and other assignments being due. So here is what my week, on average, mainly consists of: (Ill start from monday)
wake up at 11am (tough life)
lunch at 12 with the others (this is a standard time for lunch pretty much everyday.)
Chill out for the rest of the day. ...
... time. In the dining area, there would be nibbles and water.
I would give the girl I was talking to a name tag and a number, so they were able to recognise me and then decide if they wanted to invite me back for day 2. They decided this because out of the four girls I would talk to, they would all be talking to four other girls trying to join so the four sorority girls would then discuss this later and decide on whether not to invite us back.
I can't believe Lesley has been here for 10 days already. We have been enjoying ourselves immensely. Eric managed to get an extra week off and has been home too. We have been relaxing a lot mixed in with a little bit of shopping and tons of laughter. We have managed to squeeze in a little hiking and swimming as well.
Monday we had Caribbean day and the weather actually cooperated. ...
... London Park Lane Hotel containing the baggie I had left behind. It was well packaged and nothing was missing or damaged. The international postage for the package was pretty expensive, and I was impressed and grateful that the hotel staff took it upon themselves to send it at no charge to us.
Another minor note I want to make is that we had an e-mail from "Michael" at the car rental agency in Iraklion when we got home. You will remember that when we arrived ...
... been clouds or snow-tipped peaks. Butterflies fluttered in my tummy as I asked Blake if he could see the same. "You’ll just have to wait until we get closer" he said, with that sly smile I love. But I knew I was about to see mountains! The closer we got, the clearer the sheer beauty of the Rockies came into focus and before we knew it we were in the foothills. Huge rocky “hills” (basically mountains to me) were ...