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... you know, you should really be careful here, take care; bye" all without a pause that I could fit any reply into, he then drove off. The accommodation again reiterated that the area isn't great and spent a lot of time going through the security and alarm feature of the accommodation. I feel safe where I am staying as it also had a security guard at each end of the street but I don't think I will be venturing out so much this week. The welcome pack was ...
... them all in the water.
Baltimore, even after a few hours was clearly a beautiful place. The marina and wharf that runs right along is so nice to walk along, the huge ships and little boats that dot the water are just lovely. It is a really industrial feeling city, but very people friendly and designed in such a way that eating at restaurants, shopping or just walking along the harbour are what people do here. It is just a wonderful place. ...
... Rain, on this particular day, was quite unfortunate. I had a very long drive ahead of me, and I hated driving in the rain, but it was especially bad that I would have to make this trip not only in unfavorable weather conditions, but also with everything I owned packed and shoved inside of my car like those contortionist clowns you might see at a third-rate circus sideshow. I was irritated by the rain, but nevertheless undeterred. I went back inside of the basement and did a ...
... years. Their biggest problem was that Adam worked too much in Baltimore, managing a friend's bar. He said he might like to try living in California next.
Jessie spoke about their recent attempt to live in Tanzania. She said sadly, passionately, that she felt a white person there would always be viewed by the locals as a financial opportunity and not as a friend. I felt bad for her, and hoped I wouldn't encounter a ...
... the world. A necessary part of the process to consider when attempting something of this magnitude, is organization. It is very important to be well-organized (so I have been told). In light of that unfortunate truth, I was making a list of the items that I planned to take with me to Nepal. This was Monday. Here's the list:
1. A suitcase full of books.
These books were carefully selected from my collection of ...
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