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... 80 Mary decided to tell her story so she wrote her first book, it is called "Looking like the enemy" by Mary Matsuda Gruenewald, she has now written three books and we were very surprised and grateful to be given a autographed copy of her third book. This lady is incredible she has toured doing talks about her book and her life experiences, we sat and talked for ages, such a great afternoon that left us ...
... anyway. My flight gets in at 7:40pm local time, so I only have a handful of hours before things start closing. I'm staying hopeful that my American money will carry weight in Dubai, or that I can get a decent number of dirhams for a meal and a cheap hotel. Worst case scenario, I just walk around and take pictures without buying anything, then head back to the airport, get through security and nap on the benches at my gate. I've got a good amount of snacks to last until ...
... ten minutes later we arrived at our motel (we saw a Denny's, Taco Bell, and various other eateries along the way, we checked in and we slept. We slept well and woke up at approximately 07:00, took our devices along to breakfast, Sussex the wifi and ate some waffles. And here we are, back in the room and figuring out a plan for the day. Our first stop will be to collect the car. To be continued... ...
... seen off in the distance. It was a neat way to end our dinner! Tonight's show in the theatre was a tribute music showcase to the Styx, Abba, Donna Summer, Village People and Queen. It was very well done. The entertainment crew on board are a very talented bunch! We have to set our clocks back an hour tonight as we arrive in Ketchikan, Alaska around 7:00 a.m. Time for bed. Stay tuned for our adventures in Ketchikan. Morning will come early as we have a 5:00 a.m. wake up call! G'nite ...
... American ultimate frisbee players, shopped till we dropped (sales of course), op Shopping in the mission district, ate delicious cookies at the famous Hot Cookie in Castro (the most liberal for gay rights in Frisco), lots Of yummy burritos, went to an American BBQ which turned into a party. Even though it was summer it was still pretty cold. My comfortable attire would be jeans and a shirt, always carrying a warm jumper with me since the ...
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