Blue Surf Sanctuary
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my last night at the school so Anton, mette (Norwegian girl) and a girl called Denise decided to go out. We had some drinking games before hand and it was so fun. I can't remember laughing that much in a long time. We went to this club called orange pub and it was only us and local people there, dancing. They were all so good. Like what you see in movies. I really enjoyed it. Well the next day I had to move out of the school and into this ...
... living there, then that would make me remember that I to, came from an out of the way rural area, and no doubt some people thought, why would anyone live there. We experienced extreme challenges in our activities, again coming out with different personal results. Me, I realized that I am still capable of things, and threw age out the window. I have also learned that the term used by a lot of people, (hitting the wall), as in not being able to finish, or ...
... we went to her grandmother’s house for drinks, dinner, and cheesecake to celebrate Silvia’s graduation. Her friend Juan, a medical student, joined us.
We all sat around chatting after the early dinner. My eyes began to itch terribly, just as they had the night before at Silvia’s parent’s house. Not sure what caused that, but I had to go outside and then Silvia’s dad gave me a ride back to the hotel at 7:30. I removed my contacts, ...
In the book I recently read, there is a short story within called the 'town of cats'. It's about someone who, on their train home, gets off a station early and finds a town run entirely by cats. The cats can't see him, but he can see them, so he just walks around and watches them all day. The cats performed all the notmal town roles, there is a Mayor cat, cats that run the bakery, a policeman cat. The man is facinated ...
... solutions (knowing full well that there isn't one)
6. Chatting online with my very supportive and wonderful sister who also starts researching
7. Try various internet-suggested remedies
8. Hold back tears
9. Deeeeep breath... and start again. (this may have been a crazy decision at 9pm, after 11 hours in the same little room... but first of all - I had put in sooo many hours of work into this project, it seemed silly to give up at that point, and ...