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... football, please forgive me), and various other English things, and he closed the conversation with, “God save the Queen!”
I couldn’t believe it! Jennifer was quick to respond with, “and God bless America!”
You couldn’t write this I swear! I nearly fell out my camp chair laughing!
We have met some funny characters in America in our four days here, some overly-enthusiastic, but all ...
... prepaid phone. Could of got a prepaid for $20 but since I have a nokia brick at home decided to but a quad band phone so that I can use it when I get home and not just throw it away when I leave the states (provided its not lost or stolen before I get back).
While riding around I just could believe how many strip malls there were. Seemed like almost every road corner had a bunch of shops on it selling something.
... than-wanted BART to San Francisco.
We finally got to Powell Street station a little after 3, and, armed with new Muni knowledge, took the 30 bus to the Caltrain Station. Since it was only 6$ for us to ride to Palo Alto, we decided against taking the more complicated bus.
Brandon saved our bacon when he realized we had accidentally read the Weekday schedule instead of the Weekend one, and so our train left a few minutes later then we thought it would. This was, ...
... leading into spring break.
had indian on main st for lunch. went back to beach and went right along coast line. saw a door in rock cliff (a la durdle door) and natural bridges state beach.
chilled in borders for a few hours after tea waiting for bus, then caught greyhound to san jose at 10.30pm en route to vegas, having no idea what was about to ...
... not beautiful. But each area we visited had something special and unique to offer us.
We did learn to embrace the diversities that our world has to offer and we know that thru all of the diversities of the people that we have met, there is still that commonality that links us all together. Maybe the Disney song we all know is really true. "It's a small small world after ...