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I have a lot of trouble making my own decisions. I think the reason I have trouble making my own decisions is because I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings in the process. If the other person isn't comfortable making their own decisions then I don't want to decide because it might be the opposite they want to do. For example many times when I have a friend over and we don't want to say what we actually want ...
... and set up for 2 nights at the Pismo Sands RV Village. From what I could gather Pismo is very much a place for grey nomads - or snowbirds as they call them here. Lots of oldies in RV's soaking up the warmth. But a very pretty place to do it and great weather all year round. We spent lots of time relaxing at the pool, walking on the beach (and a little shopping!). It was very nice just to relax for a couple of days after all the travelling and sightseeing of ...
... and just about had a nervous breakdown. So many people. So many menu options. Tables being cleared at breakneck speed with maximum volume. Screaming babies. Lines. It really didn't sit well with me. I think I'm still on Central American time... I had another uber early night and a hearty pasta for dinner to fuel up for the next day. Sunday - race day! 5am. What. Am. I. Doing. I didn't sleep well, nightmares of running, haha. So I got to the venue nice and early and started feeling ...
... of action. And luckily there are other rides equally as good if not better to choose from. After bumming out in Cars Land we headed to A Bugs Land. I was keen to see the 3D adventure 'It's tough to be a Bug'. On our way to this show we stopped in at Tuck and Roll's Drive 'Em Buggies - dodgem cars dressed as caterpillars, then on to the giant Faucet which was leaking water everywhere and the boys happily drenched themselves to cool off, then on to Mater's Junkyard ...
... to take hold here, this is where it would be successfully implemented because everyone has a job here." Everything seemed to be running in order, and Japan did not need my help or attention. It was fine without me, but the opposite was definitely not the case. This trip stripped away my preconceived notions of foreign lands. Last, Japan taught me to enter experiences with a desire to use up all of my five senses until I reached the point of beautiful exhaustion.
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