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Hi all, sorry for the missed days the internet has been a bit sketchy here. We have worked hard to slow down and we have all done a lot of swimming and snorkelling. Today Mum and I went to China Town, and had quite an experience. The food market we both appalling and astounding. Yes you can buy live Bullfrogs for 7.99 a pound to eat or simple go to a restaurant specialising in cooking them.. Talking of eating, we are ...
Awoken today by the clucking of chickens out back of Noe street combined with loud SFPD sirens passing by -surreal... Went out to look for some gifts but the J tram had broken down somewhere en route so ridiculously long wait - got the 24 bus to Castro instead ..went to a consignment store and bought a pair of replacement black jeans for the old old ones I havewith me - gonna ditch clothes before return to make way for gifts/purchases ! ...
We had dinner at the Buckeye Roadhouse in Mill Valley, which is over the Golden Gate Bridge. It is mummy and daddy's favourite restaurant anywhere in the World (maybe equal with The Hand & Flowers dad says). I had crispy onion rings as a starter, and ribs with corn on the cob for my main. We had S'mores Pie for pudding to share between us. It was absolutely delicious. We drove back across the Bridge in really thick ...
... no choice but to see what I have to say due to Facebook's revolutionary auto-stalker news feed. But I digress. This is supposed to be a travel blog so I will (attempt to) spare you kind readers from my more opinionated and non-sequitor tirades.
Back to the matter at hand. I'm about to fly to Amsterdam(!!!) and I have no idea what to expect. In typical Pearson fashion, I loosely organized all the logistics for this trip and ...
... in the office and I am missing most of my clients shows that this vacation was good for me and a good amount of time away. I love Europe and I love the cultures, speaking a new language, etc so it's sad to think of returning home to the same routine and actually having chores again. Yet on the other hand, when we arrive, we get to pick up our little baby Sydney, see and talk to the family and friends we have missed, and I get to get back to the "chores" I ...
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