Golden Executive Hotel
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As soon as the bus dropped me off, I started to walk around on the path of the lake. It was beautiful. The scenery was outstanding. I got to take some awesome pictures today. I noticed there was a small canoe on the side of the lake, so I hopped in, and started paddling. I have to tell you, I have never been in a lake that was so calm. It was perfect weather too. No rain, just a slight breeze ...
--So I'm actually back in Olathe already (my trip back was pretty terrible but I'm ok and everything worked out). But I wrote this before I left (on Friday), I just didn’t have the wifi to post it. Enjoy, it’ll probably be the last one.--
It's been way too long since I've written, but what can I say. I've keep busy the past few weeks. I've visited the art museum, the poison and venom sector of São Paulo, multiple street ...
... was the highlight of the evening for me, when all I wanted to do was sleep. I guess sleep deprivation can be an extreme motivator in terms of trying new things. We had dinner around 8PM at a place called JAM which stands for Japanese (Food) Arts & Music. I have never really been a fan of venturing too far out of my comfort zone in terms of food, and I must say that I'm very proud of myself for trying literally everything and actually ...
... taking more vitamins (and plot a contingency plan for times such as these).
Boredom can also be an unforeseen situation I might face. How long can one stay drunk without having a slight case of "dead"? I know: alcohol is not the answer. But then again, alcohol is the question. "Yes" is the answer. I digress.
During this one-week test I also ran into another minor problem: underwear. As it's been quite hot, I only managed to ...
... a strangers place.
I left home with just a few pairs of underwear, a few shirts, one pair of jeans and one pair of shorts. So far, so good. It's been quite hot (25-30 Celcius), which is quite unlike what I'll be going thru in Europe, but at least I know how heavy things are. And, man, are things heavy.
Although I only traveled with my smaller backpack, it gave me an idea of the back-pains I'll have to get used to. ...