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... drink. You can imagine as the game went on and the cards marked 'make up your own question' got a little more personal. It was great fun and after a few rounds of Jenga, then Cards Against Humanity (a game I would highly recommend anyone to buy) we sadly ended our final night together as a group. I was really sad that our tour had nearly ended, but I'm not gonna lie, I was pretty happy to say goodbye to Terence, our tent! Final stop, Philadelphia and ...
... after arriving, and within seconds of setting foot back outside the front door, my legs were drenched again. Yuk.
We found the restaurant, sat down and ate. The food was nice enough but they just don't understand how to make good Indian food out here compared to back home. Back to the house for bed anyway.
Wednesday 23rd July
We woke up with the plan to see all the main sights along the mall in Washington. It's set out with everything together ...
... large water bottle they were drinking out of but it certainly wasn't water. We bought some wine and had a few drinks with them. They made the trip go really fast and we had a great time with them.
We got to Union Station around 6:30 which was 2 hours later than we were supposed to. We got a cab straight away and went to the hotel. After we checked in, we went straight back out and looked for some ...
... don't have the energy. Oh - before I forget - today's outfit!! Glen told me not to be glamorous - so:- Blue denim Country Road skinny jeans - complete with a stain in the right leg and some fraying on the left leg; cream silk shirt (crushed), over a cream silk/cotton cami (as the silk shirt pops it's buttons without warning); usual boots and bag. I could not forgo my Coach purple cross body bag - it's a world gone mad when you can't walk around with ...
... in my body for a normal period of time felt like a luxury that I almost didn't deserve. As did having access to sanitary water, which honestly still feels odd to me. Every time I brush my teeth, take a shower, wash my hands, wash dishes, all I can think about is someone could be drinking this. Or, I want to mail this water to my host family. [For anyone who didn't know, almost all water in China is contaminated and cannot be drank unless boiled first.] With ...