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... is no time to do it during the week and Renee certainly isn't going to trust this task to me, not would I want her to. We began packing at 1:00pm and just finished at 7:00pm. Six hours for six bags, (My medical and camera bags were already pretty much packed) for an average rate of one bag per an hour. I think that is the same velocity as a laden swallow. African or European? is what you should be ...
... on my illness as well as the treatment path we have taken, a copy of all prescriptions & supplements, step by step transfusion instructions, a list of the numerous things I am allergic to and some current lab results to show the doctor in Shanghai. Please note that I am not complaining but rather detailing it so that you know what goes into making this trip possible.
Before any of this happened though, ...
1. It's Tough To Be A Bug (You get poked in the back by a wasp and bugs crawl along your seat)
2. The Lion King (A musical)
We came back to the hotel for a short break and then we went to Magic Kingdom for tea and to watch the fireworks. There was also an electrical parade with amazing ...
... glad Laura had chanced it though,
as we found some gorgeous bags in the Fossil shop there, at great prices!
By this point we were really tired and our feet were throbbing with having walked around all day, so we called it a night and headed back to the hotel. We’ve still got loads of snack food gathered up from our travels, and were still full from lunch and Butterbeer, so we skipped dinner and chilled for the night.
A lovely day!
... tracking all my meals, purchases, comings and goings to our room and park entrances, they are going to know exactly what I did when. Useful perhaps for planning purposes but there is a definite feeling that this is perhaps too much information to give to a huge multi-national company.
I have often thought that Big Brother may really exist, but I never realised he was a mouse.