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Well today has been the longest 26th July. Dramas at the airport with Tiff in row 69 and Kim in row 41 .... Kim tackled the supervisor, Tiff cried and we got our seat changes done. Good team BFF's! Small delay in takeoff but finally up in the air after 1hour. Scotch all round and friends with Hansen our new flight buddy. After Tiff saw the pilot she is quite happy to go back to her original seat ...
... side and created the surprisingly large tombs - some of the tombs are several hundred metres long and several metres high. We are still suspicious that perhaps it was Egyptians rather than the Chinese who invented the first form of explosive! After Luxor we headed to Hurghada on the Red Sea for four nights. Hurghada is basically a tourist resort area that predominately caters to Russian tourists in a similar way Bali and Phuket cater to Australians. It was a really nice way to ...
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Eventually arriving at the Yankee Stadium, only to be told the game had been cancelled due to “inclement weather” by a smug mouthed 16 year old at the door.
What, you don’t play in the rain? I asked, which only served to elicit the condescending glare that teenagers can give… Apparently not..
Disappointed, and now slightly damp, we ducked into the stadiums Hard Rock Café, ...
New York. You have charmed me, wowed me, made me smile, made me appreciate life and shone like the star you are. My initial feeling about New York has definitely changed. Once I arrived in Boston. I instantly realised what I had lost. A prize gem buried in a mixture of life, music, diversity, surprise and culture. It is so important to understand the city before you judge it - I will not be judging any books by their cover any time soon. After settling back into the same hostel I ...
... it". Whatsoever we decide on, like it or not, we will expand with time, have difficulties and finally solve issues, there is not any other alternative.
Curiosity, a wish for novelty, electricity, accomplishment, social affiliation, and acceptance are regarded as as uncovered motives or social motives.
Drive is important to be profitable in any endeavor you undertake. It can be constructive ...