Days Inn Edgewood
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... cameras and the intimidating mumbo-jumbo of computer processing freaks me out. Never the less, I am going to jump into the Nikon fray and see what happens.
Since I spent all of our savings meandering across the USA and my throbbing arthritis prevents me from bike riding, ...
... knew. It began to look a lot more familiar as soon as we held our cameras up to it and saw it on a screen. As soon as we got all the pictures we needed we headed back to the subway making our way back to the hostel to collect our things. Once we got our things and figured out where we needed to get the megabus from we got the subway to the right street and had to have a little bit of a run to make the bus. It was very close but we ...
After a bit of a lie in Saz treated me to a bacon sandwich which turned out to be my first experience of Turkey bacon - just as good as real bacon in my opinion. We then went on a tour of the campus. Saz showed me all the key buildings and then popped off to lectures for an hour which gave me a chance to get some revision down. After getting back from her lecture me and Saz got the bus to the supermarket to get food for the week. Taking the bus in America is associated with a lot ...
... to gurgle away. It could rot for years on your tongue. During this lengthy period of social and economic upheaval, I tried to escape from the neo-conservative stronghold of the Southwest by packing up and heading East. I moved to Maryland in August of 2003. Until that point I had always lived somewhere in or around Dallas, Texas. Born and raised in an ultra-conservative Southern Baptist town with only one road in or out, I was pretty ...
Music I've Listened To This Week:
Road Salt 1 & 2 - Pain Of Salvation
Heavy Construction - King Crimson
Blackwater Park - Opeth
Jagged Little Pill - Alanis Morrisette
Beautiful Freak - Eels
Books I'm Reading:
Alone Around The World - Naomi James
Through Indian Eyes - Don Johnson
Don't forget to leave a ...