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... br> This guy was local from the Ardmore area, and was a Rastafarian complete with dreadlocks and a toque, despite the 95+ degree weather. Naturally the ubiquitous Bob Marley was playing on his CD player, he turned it up very loud, asked me if the volume level was a problem, mun? I said no, I wanted this guy to be in his element, I was just hoping he wasn't going to spark up some ganga weed!
One of my many talents (besides dry heaving at ...
... he was a resident of Virginia that he was able to own slaves in Philadelphia.
Next we went to the Declaration House. This is where Thomas Jefferson stayed while he drafted The Declaration of Independence. The house then was known as the Graff House. He liked staying here because it was on the outskirts of town at the time. Now it is in the center of downtown Philadelphia. This house was rebuilt in 1976 for the bicentennial anniversary of ...
... did we learn?
The key points include:
1. John likes a high travelling pace in which we get to see a lot of things. Terrie is warming to the idea but likes to have time outs now and then, such as the Goa Yoga retreat. In this trip we visited:
- 8 countries
- 2 of the world’s leading trekking routes
- 6 National Parks to see great wildlife
- 4 beach resorts
- 17 ...
... I brought for Laura's apartment and then heading home. Probably won't make it until Sunday, but will get a good start!
I am now 32 or 33 if you count Jefferson Davis down and only the six Presidents west of the Mississippi left to go. I think I'm going to make it!
Been a fun trip and even more fun sharing it with you. Hope you feel the same! All the best my friends and family!
... front desk in my broadest Souff Efrikan accent, which she loved, and she allowed me in to use the restroom. I made sure I left the same way I came in just so the lady didn't send a Ben Stiller like character after me, thanked her most kindly, and stepped out into the freezing cold yet again. I waited at the bottom of the stairs for about half an hour before the bus eventually arrived. I climbed on and went and stowed myself in the left hand back corner of the ...