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We all continued onto this very trendy cocktail lounge called 'Expatriate' where we had more cocktails and some of the best food we have had in ages. It was a beautiful little place with so much atmosphere. Harley and Kara had smuggled their tiny little dog in and I couldn't help but sneak a little cuddle from him. A couple more of their friends met us then we all moved onto a pub called 'Florida Inn' for one last drink before calling it a ...
... vastness of America until you see it for yourself. The cities extend endlessly, north, south, east, west, and even up. The cities give way to other cities, which eventually give way to pastures and fields that reach well beyond the horizon. And once you venture beyond that, great spires and mountains reveal themselves, towering over the pastures with unbelievable authoritative majesty. There are many different lifestyles and countless types of people in this ...
... to Andy in Portland, we set off on a nice long ride through the heart of Portland, down and along the river and back again. This ride allowed us to see other aspects of the city that you wouldn’t normally see without bike transportation and someone in the know - thanks Evan. We did not realise that Portland has something like 17 bridges - damn!
... are called a “pod”. It just so happened that they were close to our trolley drop-off place. So here’s the scoop: each trailer pays anywhere from $400-$1500 per month for their parking space which may or may not include electricity fees. On top of those expenses, add a monthly commissary rental, food costs and labor, and you'll see that running a food cart isn't a cheap endeavor. ...
... for our first training today in the city of Angul. These are preschool teachers and HHI trainers will host an all day workshop.
Yesterday I met my first Indian child. He was visiting here with his parents. They were passing by and had worked here years ago. Looked to be 3 but was probably 4 or 5. He stared at me with his wide brown eyes, his mother spoke to him and ...