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So, my two week stay has come to an end. Last night I had a dinner at an Irish Pub and rounded my two weeks off how I started. A nice meal, a glass filled with Guiness and a little extra: a whiskey. This morning we had a leisure breakfast at the university's food hall. Boarding is in half an hour so this ends my blog. Hope to meet some of the class sometime again in the ...
... and I said this time "Jaahn". That was the clue! "Hi Jaahn, welcome to Jamacia Plain." So in future it will be "Jaahn".
Inside we were again greeted by a brother who conducted the WT study Dan Sadaris and Marjorie, a very black sister with the whitest of broad smiles. After a few more introductions including Dan's wife Carrie (they told us they were going to Zimbabwe for the regional convention in August) the meeting ...
... State House was no longer needed as a city hall it became a mall of sorts. Offices and a restraint were built in with partitions and in 1880 the building was completely covered in adverts and posters. By 1880 there were plans to tear down the building but citizens formed a group to preserve Boston history and the statehouse. John Hanckock's house had been torn down a few months before and so now people were making a real effort to preserve colonial buildings. The deal breaker ...
... At this point, after all the pizza, the pancakes did not sound too appealing to me anymore. Rather I was curious to meet the girls that have been my neighbors for two weeks now but who I only occasionally meet in the bathroom. Since there are around 20 rooms on the second floor, there were about 40 girls present at the meeting. Since most of them have been living here for half a year already, introductory games seemed fairly unnecessary, but we did do a round in ...
Bar Harbour is again another beautiful place in the New England area. First founded by the Indians and later by the French after a shipwreck and as most of the places was then transformed into land of agriculture and immigration from European countries. After being taken over and made into a wealthy place many mansions were build to house the rich, often building two houses, a mansion for themselves on one side of the road and another summer house on the other side of the road for ...
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