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... in my body for a normal period of time felt like a luxury that I almost didn't deserve. As did having access to sanitary water, which honestly still feels odd to me. Every time I brush my teeth, take a shower, wash my hands, wash dishes, all I can think about is someone could be drinking this. Or, I want to mail this water to my host family. [For anyone who didn't know, almost all water in China is contaminated and cannot be drank unless boiled first.] With ...
... cards for us so it was an easy tap on (although they do accept cash).
First stop was the Natural Histories museum at the Smithsonium. We spent about 4 hours there with Jon reading pretty much every sign he could, of course. I looked at the pretty pictures!
From there, we took a walk through a light rain shower down the street to Obama's house. Unfortunately he wasn't there to greet us as he had to dash off to South Africa because he has an ailing friend ...
... the hat! When the Civil War broke out in 1860 there was over 4 million African American Slaves in the US (mainly in the South) but the war was not solely about slavery and Abraham Lincoln was not actually an abolitionist. American history and politics seems to have more darkness to it than I realised. The quick history lesson helped sharpen our focus to the political, racial and economic divisions that still exist between black and white, North and South. We’d like to ask ...
... for me was a section where they had hundreds of old shoes, quite smelly and very dusty. These were shoes which had come for one of the concentration camps and had been collected up at the end of the war. They represented just a fraction of the shoes which were collected from the Jewish people, From there we jumped back on our wonderful Hop on Hop Off bus and headed out to ??.?walked the bay to memorials for World War Two and the Korean War and then walked around to ...
... br> The subway was so clean and nice compared to New York City subway station. it was rush hour so there was a lot of business people on their way to work. We got off the train at the station to visit the Whitehouse, topped up on more coffee and redbull and went in search for the White house. Only a 5 minute walk once we got the right direction and we ...
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