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... the campus.
Mohini and I returned to her place. We chilled for a bit until she asked if I wanted to play tennis with her. I said yeah. It had been since forever I did anything physical.
Back in Beijing, I walked everywhere. Didn't go to a gym since the gym near UIBE was a ripoff I thought. Beside, I justified my daily exercise with taking stairs and walking to places around the city.
When we got to the tennis court, Mohini's ...
... you have to value is that vinyl fencing has actually been in existence because the year 1984. As the instance is for wood decks, wood fences generally include chemical therapies that can prove hazardous to individuals around. Vinyl fence on the other hand is a family friendly product that is made from non-toxic products and is normally totally recyclable. Today, almost all manufacturers of this sort of ...
Been awhile since I last blogged (guess that's a verb?!). Lots to tell.
Yes, Sunday, 9/15, we walked the 5k as part of the PG Triathlon and Wounded Warrior project. (Thanks for all your well wishes on that!) We got to Lover’s Point, the starting point and gathering place around 6:45am. The start was at 7:30am. Beautiful sunsets from all perspectives, near the finish line for the triathletes and near the starting/finish line ...
... we couldn't drive anywhere and had to stay put for nearly 3 hours, this obviously wasn't ideal for hew not our schedule to get back to our LA hotel by tonight. At about 3:00pm we drove for a while but i could tell Wendy wasn't very well and found a pharmacy to get some tablets and medicine to help her, this however meant we were stuck in the parking lot for another good couple of hours, by which time it was nearly 6:00pm and there was just no way we could make it ...
... Europe. A gentle swipe at Europe before crossing the Mediterranean into Africa. Skirting the Sahara and going as far west and south as would be possible in an area full of conflicts. Enough time though to commiserate with them for not finding Rick’s in Casablanca. The big flight down towards the south of Africa, proving that the shortest way to go south is to go due north.
The Kalahari, the Zambezi, the Namib, and I ...