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... out to be a small tortoise ! He poked out his head to pose for a few photos then trudged back into the bush. If only our car could move so fast !
After that animal encounter i felt like no matter what happened, my time in Corfu was worthwhile. At the next beach i sat under an olive tree, amongst the washed up Albanian flotsam, and remarked on how strange it was to start a relationship doomed to end. Soon(ish) ...
... the chicken in that mixture. Next, he added salt, pepper, oregano, sugar, white wine, tomato paste, water and other things that I forget because he was, as usual, going a mile a minute. After one hour on simmer, the chicken was ready to go and smelling delicious.
Tonight, Captain George fed Jon and I bordetto - it’s fish and tomatoes. So good. The ...
... minutes before we started timing it. We tried hitching a ride, but no luck. Len tried at a store to change the 50 Euros bill, no luck, I tried at another store, no luck. We found the bus stop and waited with a couple and their son. They didn't have any change either. More people came to wait for the bus, an older woman came to us and showed us the bus ticket price, we shook our heads yes we knew the price, she motioned towards the ticket and we shook our ...
... a leader? Do you support Bush? Do you respect him? Why or why not? 3. What beliefs are important to you? What current issues are you most passionate about? 4. Are you an activist for these beliefs? Why or why not? I encourage you all to keep an open mind, to challenge yourself and your beliefs. How can we hope to tackle our current problems if we aren't willing to look at ourselves critically? This is where I will once ...
... In a NY Times Editorial, Thomas Friedman talks about "Generation Q" (check it out: http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.h tml?res=9A07E2D71E3DF 933A25753C1A9619C8B63) He calls us "Generation Q" because we are "the Quiet Americans, in the best sense of that term, quietly pursuing their idealism, at home and abroad." He says that we need activism, and outrage instead of optimism and idealism. What do you think? What comparisons can we make between American youth and Gambian ...