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... up just after we left. Onward and upward we arrived in gods country (for some) Scotland! Thursday we caught up with family and travelled into town. Edinburgh was buzzing with tourists everywhere due to the Edinburgh Festival. The weather was still sensational. We climbed to the top of the Scott Monument, as it was such a clear day you could see all the way to the Firth Of Fourth and see the spans of both the bridges. We had lunch in a pub ...
... are buried. The campus is still to be disposed of from its current owners and there is thought of building condos on this property. Permits have been applied for. David and I walked up to the fence and saw notices showing that such permits may be turned down....so the once beautiful campus just sits and sits...unlike the old Pasadena campus which still looks gorgeous, this one is struggling with overgrowth and lack of maintenance. It was meaningful to me ...
... of the word as well. People would write into Murray with origins to words, he eventually got so many that the floor of his house had to be reinforced because it was collapsing under the weight of the words. He later found out that the majority of the submissions were coming from one man! Who happened to be in an insane asylum!
... but the general plan is to head north and clockwise to Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia before heading back to Bangkok. I plan on getting back into Scuba Diving once I hit 'nam. From Bangkok I'll head south and into the new year and Malaysia, flying out of Signapore to Darwin. Another flight to Cairns and I'll take the East Coast trail down to Sydney, surfing and diving as I go. If I end up needing to work on my travels I'll try to do ...
... Seeing is believing. I don't have the adjectives to describe how smelly they are, so I asked my wordsmith, Harry, to think of some.
He deemed them fetid and funky, with malodorous fumes and putrid vegetation. He thought that the leaking nappies encompass epic battles between nature and nylon; the incredible detail in this whiffy splendour, combines remarkable preservation of raisins with a lack of concern for parental olfactory cells.
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