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... my head. I could immediately tell this was going to be shorter than my normal haircut, in part because of the enormous clumps of hair falling all around my shoulders, but also because of the resounding vibrations ringing in my skull that told me the clippers were being pressed almost directly to my scalp. Within ten minutes, I was left with nearly bald-shaved sides and a wispy, comically long clump of hair clinging to the top of my head. It's a very avant-garde haircut, one that ...
Another lovely day and another amazing buffet breakfast. Unfortunately Dan was not feeling well and stayed at the hotel for the day. Fortunately for me, I hung out with Vicky, and the two of us had a good day together. The bus picked us up early this morning to take us to Pompeii before the cruise ships came in. I had No idea that Pompeii was so ...
... to call The Ministry of Magic . Thats easier for us to remember.
Nona had asked her husband to drive us, that was very nice too.
Mr Nonna was waiting for us, he didn't say a lot . We think he was a principle of a high school which are on holidays now. He said for us to ring him when we got back and he would pick us up again from the station.
There are two railway stations in Pompeii, one is on the Napali line, one on the ...
... kinds of homemade pastas on the plate.
Next came the “secondo” course of several meats. Sausage, beef, chicken, pork chop, kabob, sparerib and even rabbit, (it took some coaxing but I finally got Mel to try the “bunny” despite her reasoning that Chanelle would be very angry with her) which tasted like pork. Along with the secondo we had the best tasting French fries and salad.
Finally the “dolce”, dessert course arrived consisting ...
... of white wine salt, pepper, and the mixed spices (rosemary and oregano among other things). bowl of water and about 5 lemons Directions: 1) Soak the rabbit pieces in a large bowl with water and lemon juice for two hours. 2) Dry the rabbit with paper towels. 3) Heat the oil and butter in a pan. Add the onion and saute for a couple of minutes. Add the white wine and let it simmer down. 4) Add the rabbit pieces and brown on both sides. 5) Add the water, tomatoes, salt, pepper, and spices, and cook for 45 ...