Oakwood At The Munsey
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... decided against it, but when we were leaving, we saw there was nothing stopping us from walking in, so we jumped the rope (it was about 10cm off the ground) and snuck in for free. It sucked! So glad we saved the $7!We were hungry so again we caught the free bus back to town and went and got a burger at Five guys. Worse than mcdonalds! I said bye to Caroline for a bit and then met up with Anne at the apartment. She ...
... you know, you should really be careful here, take care; bye" all without a pause that I could fit any reply into, he then drove off. The accommodation again reiterated that the area isn't great and spent a lot of time going through the security and alarm feature of the accommodation. I feel safe where I am staying as it also had a security guard at each end of the street but I don't think I will be venturing out so much this week. The welcome pack was ...
... if I gave them all a dollar) but this guy didn't look beggarish and seemed genuinely embarressed. He went on this big spiel about how he'd looked his keys in the car and needed to get home. I gave him the $2 he asked for. He seemed genuine enough though he could've been another Cardiff 20p Man for all I know. My karma was quickly rewarded when I was nearly run over by a car accelerating through a left turn at some lights. It was my right of way but there was no chance he was ...
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... me the opportunity to live cheaply while I planned my new life. It was $100 per week and the tiny room I inhabited was not nearly big enough to house all of my possessions, so moving in forced me to get rid of many of my things. I lived there alone, with not much to do other than read true-adventure books and watch stupid TV shows on DVD. It was here that I managed to flesh out a realistic life philosophy, save money for my journey, and mourn the loss of my previous life. It ...