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We set out this morning to see Dr Connie Dong. Connive was a life saver, well sight saver, last time we visited. She diagnosed my detached retina and I was keen to visit her, both to thank her and let her check out my eye. All good today. Connie was very impressed with the health of my eye. We spent about two hours with her and Diane, the optical dispenser. Yes, I decided to get some new glasses to further help my sight.
After we finished with Connie ...
A day late again, but we had an action packed day yesterday and got in pretty late! We were both knackered! The day started off by buying bagels and coffee, and eating whilst riding the subway into downtown. The bagels were good from the local deli but were possibly one of the saltiest things we have both eaten in our lives! They were salt bagels so definitely lived up to their name. You could tell however they were fresh and really good. For ...
... much time goes between meetings, it's like no time has passed at all. Or maybe it's just that the time makes no difference. Either way, it is so great to see her and spend the afternoon catching up. Paul and Jen meet for the first time and we chat and meander back through the park for a bit catching up.
Eventually hunger drives us back out to the street where we are all able to make our way through the throng to the upper West side and find some markets where we ...
... that we met whom now are considered our friends, to the food we tried, to the once in a lifetime experiences we shared together in which we will never forget.
God showed himself on a few occasions that there could have been a potential for danger and made it so that we were protected. The people that we met along the way have really made an impact on our lives and vice versa and we will never forget them.
Our airbnb apt hosts in Bogota, Juliana and Juan. They were ...
... tale of a young man employed by Barbra Streisand to run the boutiques she has built for herself in the basement of her home in LA - boutiques stocked with her own things. It's a funny, slightly whimsical play with a view about fame and its impact on the famous and those who encounter them. After the show we walked two doors to the restaurant, Annisa - yes, the same Annisa where we had dinner the same day last year. Is it possible the itinerary planner is running out ...