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... next street light. The memories of this travel, on the other hand, remain with us as long as we breath (and when we share it, it goes even further). This investment of happiness is very long term and not swayed by the stock market…
Angela and I are taking on a personal adventure in the coming months. Until recently I was the one in charge of all the planning of our journey. Now we are turning the tables and bring fresh wind ...
My lenses didnt skipped the the place they called Al Balad. Which is also known as the Old Jeddah.
Al-Balad is the historical area of
Jeddah, the second largest city of Saudi Arabia. Balad can literally be
translated as "The City." Balad traces its history 2,500 years back as a
fishing village when the Quda'a fishermen tribe settled there. ...
... chemistry will flow
Talking over the computer is nothing on face to face vision where you can see someone think
Interview in Japan
Yeah I'd be happy there; maybe make a trip to Korea to see the Meathead and others
Interview in Germany
Yeah I'd be happy to see Europe
Or maybe nothing
Go find a beach, sit there, reflect and be
Yeah that sounds perfectly good to me
I got no right to anything
'cept maybe getting drunk in Spain on New Year's Eve
The LA Woman and The Kiwi wearing normal clothes I believe
Financial plans of prediction by P
Were the ones of future destiny
Back to South Africa for some surf in November
Such a wonderful time last April I remember
Little by little I’ll still chip debt away
Getting out of the Red a slight more two year ...
... The best part is the cafeteria, they usually have 8 hot meals to choose from, they separeate the dishes by western, arabic, indian, and asian and usually have 2 for each, then they have a huge salad bar and hot and cold desserts. I love lunch time. lol We take a bus from the compound to the hospital, which picks us up at our buildings. They have a smoking room outside for staff, one for men and one for ...