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... in the city. We hope. By comparison, Graham spent a mere $1 on his afternoon's entertainment, which he can tell you about here: Debbie suggested I should buy my ticket to the game early, in case it sold out. Sweet, innocent girl. Take a look at this joint, with trees growing out of the concrete walls and garbage lying everywhere. Something told me that this 40,000 seat, former national stadium had fallen on very tough times, and there was no way it was gathering ...
... our shoes off to get on as the barge couldn't come up high enough. The next stretch was fairly similar and this time at the next river we had a bit of a wait before the boat man arrived the 3rd stretch was easily the worst and least comfortable part given that it was up and down hills and far more bumpy and having been on the bike for about 2 hours already it became exceedingly uncomfortable but eventually we arrived and found a place to park the bike and headed out onto the beach ...
... clothes for a similar price that we would get at home and claim it was a good bargain because they're "authentic Levi's" or D&G or any other brand that they could think of to whack on there, and honestly I don't need obvious fake branded clothing - especially when they are clearly not even copied of originally designer gear, just ****** clothes with copied labels tacked on. After our overwhelming but largely unsuccessful attempt at shopping that made me miss Cambodia with ...
... of various ages were sitting expectantly in the room and all turned to look at us as we walked in. I had no idea what awaited us when they asked us to join them, but the students were so welcoming that I was instantly put at ease. Anna and I had a small group each and we just talked to them for an hour. My group consisted mainly of monks, which I must admit I found a little intimidating at first, but other than one of them who kept telling me I ...
... quite disappointing.
Finally we went to the beautifully kept Commonwealth War Cemetery which was a really interesting place, not just for the graves which contained men from all over the empire as it was then. We saw graves from *****ia, West Africa, Australia, UK, India (both Raj and free states), Nepal and Burma. However the most interesting part were the other visitors to the Cemetery. Whilst there were some other white ...