Plaza Athenee Hotel
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... we really want to run a society which is on the wrong side of fitness when it comes to consuming one of the planet's oldest drugs? Do we want to suffer the embarrassment of managing its consumption so appallingly badly that it is almost routine that deaths amongst youth occur during national celebrations about something which is supposed to be filled with joy and hope, ...
... at the end, a duet about homosexuality. A man and a woman performed it together, in some cases speaking the same words simultaneously, then sometimes relating experiences or feelings from their own lives solo before returning to speaking the same words. It was another way to add rhythm to a piece and somehow gave it a lot ...
... at the other end because it was dark and I didn't have my glasses on. I also didn't know where any exit points were on this lower level of the connected building, only that I could get out by going back through the relatively short passage then scrambling up a pile of sand, having to squeeze under a concrete beam on the way up and then exit through a hole in the floor/ceiling above. Yes, even ...
Started today by going to a very attractive shopping mall that was huge! Started with having breakfast yummy croissant and orange juice. After that off to visit the famous traditional and fantastically international IKEA!!! We managed to get coat hangers and some pictures for Charlie's room ( which later this week we will be let loose with a hammer and picture hooks to put those up!!!) After leaving Andrew in the Ikea to pay we went to ...
... read until its too
late and you miss the entrance. The roadsigns are straight to
the point, (my favourite include 'Speed = Death' & 'Be Aware of
Drugs'). However learning to drive here has allowed me to experience
all sorts of new and exciting everyday activities. I mean how else
would I have visited an abandoned village by the border of Iraq bombed
in the ...