my husband, the american.

June 23, 2008 at 7:08 pm | Posted in adventures, london | 3 Comments

by sandra.

this being our first trip together, it has been fun for frank and i to observe one another’s reactions to a new country. today he laughed as i looked open-mouthed out the window as our taxi drove us to our hostel in sofia. previously, though, i got to giggle as his exclamations nearly shouted as we explored london.

a few examples –

-oh my gosh, we’re in london!

-i can’t believe we paid seven dollars for rice!

-those guys are speaking british over there!

-i can’t believe we just paid seven dollars for a beer!

-oh my gosh, we’re driving on the wrong side of the road!

-do i look like an american

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  1. Awesome! Yes Frank, you look like an American. Mostly because of your exclamations.

    I’m glad you guys are having a good time. The pics look amazing. And the Globe!!!?!! I’m so jealous. Does Ashland do it justice?

    Cheers and Beers!

  2. Perfect sayings, I can hear Frank saying one of those lines in my head right now. Too funny! Nice job summing up the essence of it all–you lucky two. Keep a hand on that camera and watch out for the gypsies or something? Later….

  3. Thanks for the comments, guys! We will hopefully post more pics soon. It’s just impossible to compare the Oregon Shakespeare Festival to the Globe. The Glove was amazing. It really felt as though it might have been 400 years ago. The play was amazing, especially since it featured authentic English accents.


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