365 Project // Days 10-23
I did a lot of traveling/getting lost last weekend, so today I'm posting two weeks' worth of photos. Leave it to me to start my vacation off by going in the completely wrong direction from the airport. Anyway, here's the last two weeks in photos.
Day 10: Today I did a whole lot of laundry. Hooray for the boring necessities.
Day 11: I started reading the Senate Committee’s report on the C.I.A.’s use of torture. This one's going to take me a little while.
Day 12: I got a haircut, but Rami didn't do a great job, so some adjustments were called for.
Day 13: We waited for the bus FOR FOREVER.
But it finally came, and then we went to the Israel Museum.
Then Amanda and I had dinner at Pasta Basta. I told her to not to pose. She then couldn't stop laughing.
Day 14: Spend some time in the desert, again. Sand dunes are pretty great.
Day 15: Hiked through the Eilat Mountains, which contain evidence of villages going back to prehistoric times. From the top of our hike we saw Jordan, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia. Not to shabby.
Day 16: I traveled from Israel to England. Then, rather than going from Luton Airport to Loughborough Junction in London, I went to the actual city of Loughborough. It made for an interesting and fairly ridiculous story.
Day 17: My phone was dead all day, so I couldn't take any photos. That's what happens when you accidentally go to Loughborough and fuck everything up. Oops.
Day 18: We dressed David in a proper director's scarf and cape.
Day 19: Pam, my dear friend and gracious host in London, made us some pretty delicious pasta for dinner.
Day 20: I stayed in and edited some photos, wrote a bit, and took a few Hulu breaks in between. This was my view.
Day 21: I went out with my always incredible friend Hannah today. We walked along the Thames for a bit before freezing our tits off and going to grab some pizza and visit the Tate.
Day 22: The lighting in Pam's room is pretty great.
Day 23: We went to a cèilidh dance, and IT WAS AMAZING. For those who don't know what a cèilidh dance is, it's traditional Scottish organized dancing, kind of like line dancing in the States, or that scene in Titanic. You know the one.