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... room watching the baby lying on a sort of play mat with mirrors, mobiles, and music. Maybe I'll take a photo of that later on. He's an adorable little pumpkin of a baby!
My other sister will be taking me to see Mum later on, and then we'll eat dinner here at my brother's place with his family.
Have a good day, everyone! I hope to listen in to tonight's Bible Study, but it will depend on a good connection here, among other things.
fellow backpacker. By accepting these opportunities, you don't know what
friendships you might make, what memories you'll create, or what things you'll
experience that'll change you as a person. While this sounds cheesy, I speak
from experience, so take opportunities!
9. That a smile goes a long way
Asians love to smile. Sure, some
get hot-headed and shout a lot and seem to have angry conversations constantly,
but most of the time ...
Dundee also has two bridges, called the Tay Road and Rail Bridges. We stopped at the waterfront to have a look, and with the sun behind them it made for a great sight.
Dundee city has not got many easy parking spots, so I had a quick walk around by myself while Adrian and Mette went for a drive. Dundee really felt like a big ...
... him. Then took my camera and went to get a map from the discovery centre. Then walked along the sea and sat down for a bit before walking behind teacups to go for a walk bit couldn't get over the train lines so had to go back the way I came and walk around the boat to get for he water side again. Climbed a little tower and went by the docks. Then went up past a lot of little churches and through and around Dundee. ...
... the attractiveness of my mother but as long as I manage to look like my mum when I reach her age I'm not going to protest. Anyway, the last time my mother and CG encountered each other CG was promised a hug. And more or less we went back to my house so he could collect his hug.
Having collected his hug and having phoned around pretty much all our mutual friends (all of whom have become awffy responsible recently and now all have jobs) and ...