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... br> We're onto HMS vampire after some decent cappuccinos. Thomas is loving the battle ship with it's guns, and command centre. The submarine, only decommissioned in1999 is accessible from this battle ship and this is very interesting. We see the tornadoes and how the crew would exit in an emergency. I'm not sure how well you'd cope if you were on this thing with 67 others.
We've been here a good couple of hours and we head ...
... the Chinese Friendship Garden. I'm glad we stopped in, as it was very nicely put together and well-maintained. It also reminded me heavily of our time in both Taiwan and Japan, which only strengthened our desire to see more of East Asia at some point.
By the time we finished with the Garden, it was time to head over to the University. I left Ben to handle that while I headed back to the apartment to do work there.
... Friday night. We'd been planning it for a while and it was really nice to catch up with them after a good couple of months! All three seemed to be really well and had finally got confirmation that their application for the lease of the house had come through which was good. We adopted a Mexican theme for the evening (our go to cuisine when we are entertaining) which was embraced by our guests as well - Hannah brought the ingredients for Margaritas ...
... leader in MS treatments and how they are close to discovering a cure. How ironic right? I decided to then contact a few of my spiritual friends back home and asked them for some advice. One told me not to look at this as a downfall but to be positive. I explained how scared I was in loosing my job because of this inflammation attack and how this had to happen when I was so close in achieving my dream. I was one week away from discussing my future and my life here ...
... kept to her laptop and was in bed early, and not up by the time I left (10.30). She was funny when I did talk to her though, good at badminton apparently. Standard.
I thought I’d need to be worried about spiders; it’s early days yet but haven’t seen any dangerous ones. I went for a walk and was vigorously looking. Saw a couple of lizards, but only about the size of my little finger.
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