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... Considerations" section provides a dry and near-cynical perspective on the topic of western values versus African traditions. Plus who knew that I should bring light trousers or might fancy loo paper at the guesthouse?
Despite the greatness of Gutenberg's printing press, there are still advantages to using the internet to augment your travel plans. After several months of online research (putzing around), here ...
... this leaves room for alcohol. We head back down Boylston St and stop at Solas for a nightcap. Solas also gives us the opportunity to get our head round the baseball rules watching the Rays v Indians postseason game. Gutted that Red Sox aren’t playing their first postseason match until Friday afternoon – at which point we will be somewhere over the Atlantic. Still, tomorrow we are off to Fenway to tour their iconic ground… go Sox ...
... markets and the sea. It was really a joy to eat such delicious food, and I had fun traveling to the Wellfleet and Turo Farmers markets with Michael to pick up ingredients. I'd love to calculate the carbon footprint of the restaurant! http://www.ceraldiptown.com/
Walking from the Provincetown ferry to the Boston South Station bus terminal, I happened ...
... to do a bit of shopping. We ended up in a Abercrombie & Fitch where I managed to get myself a $70 shirt for $22 which in proper money is around £13, what a bargin! Again we ended up in the restaurant attached to the hotel for dinner and where all significantly stuff from the American portions, well apart from the bottomless pit that is Paul Williams ...
... asked one of the cab drivers who was waiting for some people off another boat and he called one for me and another group.
For dinner tonight I considered going off property, but after being gone all day I decided to just eat at the hotel again. Tonight was the West Indian buffet. They had ribs, chicken, johnny cakes, rice and salad. Dessert was also included (chocolate cake, citrus cake and one other). The food was okay—not the ...
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