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... is in full swing in the ballroom - something to do with South Africa I later learn from Mariela, who makes me a Negroni on the rocks in the bar ('First time I make this Negroni. Is not popular drink.') -- and why would anyone with a grain of intelligence be ordering a Negroni in Bulgaria? Mariela tells me tomorrow will be busier. 'Israel day.' I ask her to teach me how to say the pleasantries: Please? MOHL-eeyah Thank you? Blah-go-DAH-ria. Rs ...
... This was something I hadn't seen for a while. Not even in Sydney would people be so patient.
Richard was having an afternoon nap when I arrived at the hotel. His bus from Skopje arrived very early in the morning and the hotel staff were nice enough to let him check in early. I don't think I can tolerate overnight buses. If I have to travel overnight I'll choose a train and even then, it would have to include some sort of comfort (sleeper cabin) to convince me not ...
... colour of her feet remains good and the swelling seems less than before the procedure. We are heading to bed early as we have a wakeup call for 3:20 am. Jacquie arrives in Calgary at 11:15 am on Saturday (well me too I guess!) She then has a 5 hour wait in Calgary and will enjoy visiting with Sandy and Brenda. Her flight arrives in Regina at 5:13 pm. Thanks to everyone for your thoughts and ...
... amp; there are no parking or yielding to pedestrian rules!
We also just found out that we pay the tour company for our hotel. The only thing we pay the hotel for is any charges we've put on our room. Good to find that out before checkout time. We also found out that there is a problem using CIBC VISA at the hospital. Seems there's a problem with the connection, but it works fine at the hotel. Another woman spent 3 days trying to pay her bill, so hopefully they have it figured ...
... I'd started when I first moved to London; it hadn't crossed my
mind until a year or so after arrived, but the misadventures of my
first month alone were email gems. Still, perhaps it was for the best,
as it would have consumed what little life I had outside work.
Or perhaps it would have supplanted work itself, cause here's the thing about blogging - it's highly addictive. OK, I'm not going to put it on par ...