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... dizzy and, explaining my situation to those around me, I sat down. Of course, after a few seconds, I felt the guy behind me tap me on the shoulder. He offered me something to fan myself with, which I gratefully accepted. I took a closer look at it later--it was a picture of a girl at her graduation. It was nice of him to trust me with that little souvenir of his. Playing it safe I stayed seated until about 5 minutes before the opening. During this ...
... to some Botanical Garden and walked round a bit with some more retired people. I love it how when you go for a walk, there seems to be an unconscious rule about when you should say hello to other walkers. Like, you never do it when you are just walking round the town or going for a short walk, but once you hit a certain level of physical excursion or maybe walk up a hill, you then feel it mutually obligatory to exchange greetings! Not quite a ‘Stop n’ Chat’, but a ...
... this school year. I have been working on it little-by-little as is suggested in the syllabus, so hopefully I won't have tons left to finish when the end of the session rolls around. So, the being said, the amount of reading this session is way down, and having to work on a paper instead of an extra 30 pages of reading is a nice change of tempo.
The new session means I'm once again off on Tuesday and ...
... the other team's fans, 2) at your team's fans, or 3) onto the field, depending on what you're upset about. Apparently toilet paper is also acceptable for throwing. So, if you learning nothing from all my blogs, learn this. If you ever go to a soccer game in Mexico, the nosebleed seats are the way to go! (Which, luckily, is where we were!) Now, the section we were in was called the Preferred Seating section. Considering how high up we ...
This city is the most amazing city I
have seen. Built on the side of hills, well, actually under the hill
too. There's miles of tunnels under the city. Most major roads go
underground, and vary in length but the longer ones are ½
kilometer. It is easy to get lost, even with a great navigator, map,
and sense of direction. The tunnels wind around and join one and
other. Its just a real maze. ...