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August 24th, 2007 – by: chrisrae
After that I decided to go chill in the backyard of the hostel to read, which I did until we ran out of light and they chased us inside. Eventually one of the guys that runs the hostel decided it was toga party night (again). I missed Monday's so I happily joined in. First a Kiwi and I set off to buy wine down the road and as we were leaving we saw the hostel manager outside, assuring a neighbor we would keep the noise down. However, he was standing in the street in a toga so I'm not sure how convincing he was.
I can't seem to keep up with the party pace here, though. I mean, people go all night. No one really leaves to go out since they figure, we go out to meet people and everyone here is like a big family. While clothed in our togas, a group of us Americans had a serious conversation about politics (which I haven't done in ages), but by about 2 a.m., I had enough and called it a night.
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