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... trip was to educate us about the ecosystem and conservation of its animal species.. they were slightly deluded and I actually left the 'show' feeling super uncomfortable about the thrusting of hatchings into the crowd in order to scare the audience. Other than cats in Santa hats, I don't appreciate the circus-style entertainment of animal shows. However, I can safely say I could talk ...
Miami surprised me, and probably not in the way that most people are taken by it. Firstly, everyone spoke spanish, the signs were both in English and Spanish. Definitely the gateway to south and Central America. Tom gave me a history lesson on how Florida had been a Spanish Colony before they swapped it for Cuba with the British. The irony is that Miami has the largest Cuban population in the US causing the state to again ...
... and exciting place, and we enjoyed it way more than we thought we would. We settled on an Italian restaurant called Café Milano for dinner and were waited on by an excellent waiter called Santo. I recommend this restaurant highly. Between us we enjoyed gnocchi gorgonzola, veal ravioli and fettuccine alfredo. After dessert, Santo brought Gary and I limoncella drinks on the house.
We walked back to ...
“No, Lina Camboulin…” I stammered.
... fella next to me, where the only non Spanish speaking people on the plane, which was quite daunting. I landed at Heathrow about 1030am and by that time was just ready to get to the hostel and meet up with the boys. Things of Note: - I didn't know this before but Serge is a massive basketball fan, which made it extremely easy for us to get along. He also bragged how only the day before, at his gym, he saw his Chicago Bulls in person. In particular, he highlighted how big (but also ...