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... back to the hotel it was 6.30pm. After testing a few different flavours of chocolate, we headed out for a slice of pizza for dinner and did a little more present shopping. It's weird the idea of shopping at night, but there's people everywhere, so much still going on, it's actually really fun walking through Times Square. It's so, so different to Perth :P.
Now me and my broke ass need to get to bed. Peace out from New York xo.
... museum. I was able to watch a documentary about the years of immigration through Ellis Island and the perils the immigrants went through to get here. It was fascinating and made that ferry ride over not seem so bad. I did the audio tour through the main exhibition and was able to look quickly through some exhibits upstairs. There are still some parts of the building that have not been restored from Hurricane Sandy a few years ago. I was able to see the ...
... told us what we did mattered, and that people really did notice, even though it may not appear that way. She blessed each of us, and said, "Good karma will come to [us] all." Team Russell Simmons: Charlie Massih, Peter Massih, Glen Brown, McKayla Mawn, Caroline Mawn, Emily Ammon "Our crew has bonded quite nicely from both our service project and evening activities, especially the photo scavenger hunt along Jamaica Avenue. Our "Russell Simmons" crew includes ...
... elevator.. up we go.. more isles of 'stuff'..
We see a cabinet with hundreds of G-Shock watches and spend 1/2 hour attempting to select one for Leanne.. photos taken and E-Mailed.. near instant reply.. what is Leanne doing up at this hour of the night in Perth?... Price is far cheaper than Perth.. we don't agree with Leanne's choice so she goes without...
By now all hope of seeing the statue of Liberty is lost..
Eventually we get ...
... what you mean."
Hayley: "A day pass...for the fitness centre. Gym."
Confused, idiotic Yale receptionist: "Um. No, we only sell Gatorade, coke...that kind of thing."
Hayley, realising she is wasting ...