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... rather than throw them out as there are hundreds of homeless in San Francisco. Just when you want to see one, they are nowhere to be found. I decided to head up the street on tired legs in search of a recipient for our box of fresh prawns. Up ahead I spied someone frantically pushing a trolley loaded with possessions. As I got closer I saw a wild eye and a knife securely strapped to his belt. Caution overtook my charitable side and I returned to Stuart and placed the prawns in ...
... feet to take the best photo of the street!
We continued walking back down to Fishermans Wharf and then along the water front until we reached Pier 39. This pier is full of restaurants and shops and even has a two storey carousel at the end of it. The girls wandered into the Houdini Magic Shop. One of the attendants took a shine to Poppy and showed her a magic trick involving rings where they mysteriously link together and separate before your ...
... side. Having at this stage come to my senses, I had no hesitation in getting the bus back to the hotel. I'd walked for six hours, including a few taxing Ups, so as I rode back I blessed the San Francisco buses for their efficiency and I also blessed the makers of Hush Puppies shoes for their making their walking shoes feel like slippers. And you'll never know how much I enjoyed walking into my hotel room and getting into that shower, and yes, with the TV on... ...
... and then him invite me into the club… It was EXACTLY how I pictured. A carbon copy of Fruity, the types of club nights I used to work at, and get this…. The club night was called ‘Booty’ – hahaha – can’t make this stuff up! The week I was here was actually the week I’d usually be going back to work in the UK, so this served as a perfect reminder of why I left, and was like being back in a living nightmare. What was quite funny however ...
... is stressful and the cost of living is tremendous and all the while I need to keep focused on spiritual things. Sometimes the stress gets to me and when I reach that breaking point, I need to get away.
San Francisco gave me some fresh perspective and enough of a break to recharge my batteries and see myself through until the next major trip. 4 days isn't allot of time but when you consider the fact that I maintain a weekly schedule of working 6 days a week ...
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