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... weird' and I'd been told that there was live music every night. Additionally, the hostel was designed with local artistry which was just insanely cool. Although, my one gripe here about the hostel, other than the shower that was both too small and felt like someone spitting on you, was the ******* monkey flossing at the foot in my bed. What was with that? It was one of the creepiest things I've ever seen and I had to wake up to it every day for four ...
... were there for the rest of the night. We all ended up really hammered, highlight of the karaoke was dungas eminem jam, everyone loved it, then once we left the pub a dude was playing beats on a bucket and Dunga just starts freestyle rapping, I had no idea he was any good at it. We all said our goodbyes as Dunga was leaving tomorrow. Bobbie and I were waiting for a taxi when a really old dude in a duel cab truck pulled up and asked us where ...
... trip. Sam was so
excited. Sasha is a great kid and Carrie had become a dear friend and
she is also hilarious. The weather in May in Austin is fantastic and
this trip was no exception. The kids experienced Barton Springs and ate
at Guero's and Amy's Ice Cream (several times). The night I got there
Sam was so excited to tell me about the Godin visit and and all the
things they had done she vomited in the airport garage. This was quite ...
... if we want to have good time. The girl in the front checked our IDs and just couldn't figure out our age just like every other bar in this evening. All excited I went straight to the bar to get some beer, while I was waiting I realized that it was karaoke night and the guy that was singing was a little whirred. I turned back around and saw a girl at the bar which had a very masculine face. I ordered 3 Lone Star beer and when I turned around to tell the others that it will ...
... all, to Santa, they're all young. And every adult giggled and laughed like they were five years old again.
I did get some good questions. One little boy asked what Mrs. Claus was doing. I told him she was at the shop in the North Pole watching the elves. The kid's dad said, "See? I TOLD you!" And then I threw in, "And she's baking cookies." and the kid lit up and repeated "Cookies!" I had no idea why I though Mrs. C. would be baking cookies, but I went ...