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... She leaves Tomoro and Im so excited I can't wait! It will be such a relief to have her back and not be stuck with steph and Andrew being so lovey and annoying. The bickering, or the spookiness. Steph actually got him to put her seatbelt on this morning. Plus they are massive tight asses so everything is about money and saving cents. But I love them, just need my girl back! So at the airport we had subway ...
... an American and some Kiwis making up the full complement. We were taken to Samborns in the blue tiled building that we passed yesterday. The building is early 18th century and regrettably, that was the only upside. The service was poor with meals getting mixed and mine getting missed. It can only get better. Walking back to the bus was a challenge. I think every citizen was out tonight, all 20+ million of them. The group seem like a great bunch. Liz has christened us the Magnificent Melbourne ...
... to grandma's. Shower and oh yeah, pack. Mostly done but feeling like going to bed. Ok done packing. Oh cap I didn't charge my camera battery and I can't find the charger.
Bedtime was around 1am. We always tell ourselves we are not gonna do this again but here we are.
What else did we forget? To check-in. We only remembered in the morning when I said 'what about printing our tickets?' So we try to do it online and it wanted us to put our emergency contact info ...
... More than ever before. And for all this years, I never had a single regret but now, I felt like I am about to regret coming into your life. I never regretted you coming into mine. You showed me what it feels like to love and be loved genuinely. But I never wanted to bring so much misery in your life.
A happy family has always been my dream. And I thought I could see you in it with me. But I guess not. Whenever I see a happy family or couple, I get envious. ...
... met Emily’s family friend for dinner at a restaurant called Villa Maria in the Polanco district. The food was fabulous (I had an authentic mole with sesame seeds), and the company was even better. I learned about the legend of the Virgin of Guadeloupe so now much search for it in all churches around the region. We took the metro back late, and it felt very safe. Home by 11:30pm and to bed shortly ...