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... your kids on an adventure of a lifetime. Though it may be hard for the kids to share the details of the trip right away, it will happen eventually. As Victor said, this trip is something that nobody can ever take away. It will always be there and I thank you for giving your kids that timeless gift.
Hannah- I have no words to describe how amazing my trip to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands was. Not only was I able to learn about the enriching, ...
... happens very soon after we arrive back in Melbourne. I'm going to spend a couple of hours getting some photos to go with this blog episode, and we are listening to the wind whistling outside as the sun begins to set. Mal and Hilary are back to Callicoon tomorrow for the weekend. Mal will be heading for a very busy stretch at NYU's Sydney Campus and Hilary will be back at work at Barnard on Monday. George and I have a couple more concerts to attend this weekend, and a New ...
... far as to say best tacos everrrrrr. Next stop was the doughtnuttery, average. Had a bit of a giggle that there wAs an Australian themed stall selling meat pies like they're a delicacy. Too good. Wandered through the artists and fleas shop, which was a whole lot of almost market stalls. Found a cute little ring to replace the one I lost on the road (wahhhhhh, still so sad I've lost the ring ash proposed ...
... in other locations. It's a sombre reminder of both how inhumane and wonderfully humane people can be.
On the way back we stop off at a supermarket. These are interesting affairs over here. Australians are used to the domination of market giants in Australia and huge supermarket complexes where you can get just about everything. Americans still have smaller independent supermarkets and I find supermarkets in different countries fascinating. This one has bits ...
... Fields and the Lennon memorial then onto the Tavern on the Green for drinks and a cool down.
Having returned the bikes we went to pick up our bags and headed to Grand Central for the journey home to Bridgeport on the Train.
New York has been exhausting.
It was busy, fun and loud as well as hot, crowded and big.
We will ...