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Today i battled the jet lag. More than i thought i would. I woke at 4am and did some online chatting. Then fell asleep again. was woken at 720 by a maid coming into the room to clean. How rude. They just walked in. I managed to gash my leg jumping out of bad on a piece of iron sticking out of the bed frame. I bled everywhere. No tip for that maid. I am on antibiotics so ...
... because I hate taking breaks in homework, but I really couldn't do anything big because I only had an hour. You see my dilemma? So I ended up just relaxing, kind of mentally preparing myself for the practice ahead. Now, as I am down to my second to final week here, I kinda did the same thing; I just relaxed and mentally prepared myself for my last week, full of typing papers, finalizing leaving plans, ending internships, and prepping ...
... t recommend Red Corner Asia at Hollywood.
We saw Griffith Observatory from a distance.
The Metro subway is great. The Metro bus was not great the day we needed it.
LA is a vast city so we only saw a tiny part of it.
Hollywood has two sections- the grimy part and the part for the well heeled.
Sad to see so many homeless in some parts. We were told LA is America's homeless capital.
... to go to a small Japanese style cafe that did organic wraps, I had a beef in a seaweed nori which was quite nice, Dave didn't really like his. Before leaving Sylvia & I went to a French Bakery & got some pastries, Oprah's favourite. It took a while to get back as the traffic was very busy. Gerry managed to stay awake & seemed to enjoy his day ...
... imagination and powered my playtime, tinting all my adventures with a global scope far beyond the edge of my parent’s property line.
Fueled by images from the world around me and idea’s from millions of people I’d never met, I developed an undying need to share my adventures (real and imaginary). If I wasn’t writing stories brimming with spelling errors, then I was prattling on endlessly to my friends and family, because seriously what’s ...