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... and grateful for my life. Being from Canada, even if you are among the "poor people" financially in Canada - we are rich. We all have cars and roofs over our heads and ipods and TV. And can afford fruit. More than three times a week. We are rich - I am thankful to have been reminded of that. We are also rich in the fact that we all have friends and family who care about us. Some of those orphans I met in Vietnam, most of those orphans - they have noone. No ...
... somehow and if you haven't seen The Other Woman yet....do... I was laughing out loud on the plane...got a few stares... I just pointed to the cognac glass and gave the universal oops. My strategy was to stay up no sleep as we are chasing the sun going east....makes no sense to sleep on the plane. That way when I get home...will be tired and sleep like a log. Well soon enough we were on final....the flight went fast I managed to entertain meself ...
... for you. I often see large groups, sometimes 20 or more of riders together. I cannot comprehend how that can be enjoyable? Also being with even 1 other person makes it hard to meet other people.
It is my goal to regale you with tales on a daily basis, submitting my daily entry supported with pictures and video from each days ride. Naturally I will be a slave to the strength of my Internet connection, and how bagged I am each day. In my ...
... and will save your life. Do not underestimate the power of a snickers as it really satisfies…
Handmade hamburgers… Taking a page from the Aussies and their love of the grill. Make your own hamburgers, buy the meat, the breadcrumbs, and mix whatever you want into it. Throw that on the grill and eat it, you will never go back to processed cardboard patties ever again.
The "I am moments"… I am sure we have wrote about it previously. But ...
... crazy chanting guy in particular.
2) The two trips to Westminster Abbey. One for the Abbey's actual use - religious/communal; one for the tourist use. Both awesome, for totally different reasons.
1) The Casbah Club, for the things Lindsay mentioned as well as getting a sense of just how tight, confined, and absolutely raucous it must have been for the teenagers in Liverpool listening to (and playing) their first rock and roll music. Simply awesome.