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... took 3 hours.
Arrived at the very new hotel with AC and a bar downstairs and one on the roof with a pool and umbrellas. Cold drinks downed in a hurry and then showered and changed and more drinks.
Today together with my usually soaking socks, my pants looked like I had peed them.
Spent the night at the Sky Hotel. No relation to NZ’s. So dehydrated, that both of us drank a lot of beer, yes PJ too, they have a Ciuk (pronounced Chook) ...
... no longer amused him, and began to attempt to play charades. He pointed to his ring finger with raised eyebrows, asking, I assume, if I was married. The first time, I said no. The second time, just wanting him to go away, I said yes. His response (silent smile) never changed. He eventually added to his impressive charades repertoire with a gesture that seemed to imply a beard – he ran his fingers down his jaw in a movement that I thought resembled a ...
... me that it could be about time to settle in a bit more and try to find some place where I can dig beneath the surface rather than just skim across it on the way to some other destination.
Who knows, I might even do something completely insane…like marriage.
Big thanks to everyone who has followed my blog(s). The comments and encouragement have helped me through many a rough time. (If you only knew how much.)
... got an upgrade). We laid down for a snooze, to awake to a knock on the door, to go down stairs and speak to the actual receptionist. They had all of their bookings completely confused and told us we were in the wrong room so we had to pack our bags and move. We were put in a 4 bedroom dorm with a shared bathroom, still not what we had booked, getting the better of us we asked why and she said her boss would be there in 10mins. 50mins later ...
... It was already late in the morning and not even restaurants were open. And I could not find anything that looked like a computer store, open or closed. I went into an “Orange” cell phone store and asked if it was a holiday. “No” they said. “Just a normal Saturday and everyone is at home with their families.” The guys sent me to Romania Square.
I found a little hole in the wall shop ...