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We woke with some resolve. After doing some internet research into the time share company we'd "bought into" Jonathan had discovered there was a clause not mentioned by them that you have a five day cooling off period.
So today we'd send off a registered letter, and then meet cousin David and colleague Mary.
And as usual everything takes much longer than usual. It took a while to find an email address ...
Caught up with emails, some video editing and researched items & areas of interest in San Francisco this morning.
Rode the bike to visit Levi Strauss Plaza down on Battery Street to check out where the Levis Head Office is located.
From memory the HO used to be in the Embarcadero Centre about 8 blocks from their current location - I suppose some ...
... which she was protecting with her life, so I gave her some of mine.
There was Ederson, an engineer traveling from Brazil, who I chatted at length with during the wine tasting at the hostel. We talked about politics, soccer and how both our homes are the victims of corruption. And the wine. He also joined me on the bike tour of the Golden Gate Bridge and made me feel less self-conscious about walking up some of those hills.
... bike and went for a ride. Starting again in Haight-Ashbury, I went through a couple of urban parks before crossing the Golden Gate Bridge. That thing is huge! (That’s what he said.) Amazingly, I managed to ride all the way across the bridge without crashing into pedestrians or other cyclists (it’s really busy), and then went on to a nice little village on the other side called Sausalito. Lunch in the park was good except for birds trying to **** on my ...
... day until the last day in SF - when I realised that I living way too fast-paced of a life that I need to slow down. And this travelling buddy of mine, is actually capable of doing that for me. Hungry, we decided to walk out for dinner, only to realise it's 11pm and we are in a foreign country 22hours away from home. We walked down 1 street before deciding that we should head back and just endure these hunger pangs for safety sake. Home-d, shower-ed, slept till the very next day at ...