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... any recreational drugs, I was not in the best mood from the off. Do what you like, just don't judge me if I don't want to get on your douche wagon. That's your choice. I would directly quote but it'll get me mad again so for my sanity...oh **** it.
"Is it cause you're British? Do you guys not have that over there?"
"So like, do you drink? Isn't that a bit hypocritical." - "No. I don't drink to get wasted (always), I enjoy the taste, ...
... gone buck wild in there. Once we had a good look around it was early afternoon, around 4pm, we had made arrangements with my friends to meet up at 10pm after they have left the concert they were seeing. Bobbie and I caught the bus back to the hotel to get freshened up and shower before heading into East 6th street for dinner and drinks with the guys later that night. It was about 6.30 when we got a bus back to downtown and 7pm by the time we got onto ...
... area not to cook in. There are
so many delicious eateries on South Congress and we did our best to hit
The first morning in Austin I went for a run on Town Lake. I had been
dreaming of the Austin run for a while and on our way to the house from the airport I noticed green
space that led to the I-35 bridge across to the north side of Town
Lake. Austin has been growing like crazy and there were several more ...
... which is so popular here and we soon discovered sooo delicious and cheap also! Megan was so happy they had cider as it had been quite some time, while Rowan sampled some Texas beers. We then moved on to a place called easy tiger where we met a group of Americans, one of them being part of the live act about to play. He was the violin player and they were so good, even though it wasn't our type of music it was still amazing to see. They played covers of songs but there was only ...
... As they explained, their kids had been to see other Santas and had bad experiences. One Santa pulled his beard down to take a drink of water, for example, as her son looked on. They came to see me to show them the "real Santa."
After one of the Teas ended, I was asked to go into the lobby to visit with a small boy who wanted to see Santa, but didn't attend the Tea. Happy to oblige, I walked over and greeted the parents of a ...
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