It’s been exactly one week since we arrived. Wow. It feels like we’ve been here a month. We have an apartment, a cellphone, a landline, food in the fridge, cable internet is coming in tomorrow, we know the lay of the land and we have a boogie board. It’s been a hard, wonderful week.
Below are some pics of our new place. The move was mostly uneventful, but more on that later. I’m online via cellphone and the battery is dying.
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Evgenya’s desk is at the University of Hawaii. Mine is right here at home. A very new model, hardly out of the wrapper(s).
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The blow-up mattress we’ll be sleeping on while our stuff trudges its way across the Pacific ocean. We couldn’t quite blow it up all the way even using a car-driven pump, so it’s really only supportive enough when we’re both on it at once. Some kinda enforced romance thing, I suppose. :)
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In the shower and nothing clean to wear? No More Excuses!!
PS: Evgenya just got back from Safeway. The mangoes were from Ecuador, mushrooms were $5/pound USD and they didn’t know what free range eggs were.
We did get a nice Merlot for $7.99 though. :)