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... to last two or three hours before I started coming off the energy drink high so I wasn't very fun but we all had something to eat and stuff. I crashed at about 4pm and woke at 9pm, got something to eat and watched some stuff on Youtube with Cassie before going back to sleep again and sleeping right though until about 7am.
Heather was at work by then and Cassie was asleep so I went across the road to the QT (service station) ...
... an iPhone 4 and now have to learn to use it! And learn fast as they shut off my old one! I tried to sync it with my bluetooth with no luck so stopped at another Verizon and they came to the car and had it fixed in seconds! I had made a stop at Greenbaums fabric hoping Maya would be working today but she was not. I did find some fabric for a pillowcase for Saul for Christmas. Parked and played with the phone a bit and then a stop at Ken and Joans to hear about ...
... I totally digressed. Here are some of the higlights:
1) Sossusvlei Dunes and Dead Vlei.
2) Erindi Game Preserve.
3) Swakopmond & the Welwitschia Plains
4) Skeleton Coast
5) Ugab River and desert elephants
6) Eotsha National Park
7) Himba Village
8) Cheetah Conservation Fund
I’ll post entries and pictures as often as I can, so stay tuned and post your ...
... blown away by my favourite hero, we went for more food at what Colten said was the "only good reason to come to Phoenix", a pizzeria called Pizza Blanco. And it was pretty good to be fair, they did these weird tomato-less pizzas with pistachios, sounds weird but were actually delicious!! Back at the apartment, we collapsed onto desk chairs in the living room and watched another film, Your Highness. Still knackered from Vegas, I was tempted to have a nap but a shower and a ...
... will be my favorite part of the trip! Everyone working with the nonprofit seems to be great and really love what they do. They are great at getting us all excited about the trip! There will be students from all over the country going down this summer in three different sessions. In Huanchaco, where I will be working and living, it will just be me and one other student who I haven't been in contact with yet. Because ...