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Published: October 22nd 2017
me, getting "sun poisoning"
So, I allowed my skin to be kissed by the sun for a bit the other day. Mike always makes fun of me hiding from the sun. Apparently I am justified. I got hives on my back from an allergic reaction to the sun. This happens to roughly 10-20% of the population when they are not in the sun regularly. It itches, but is only on my back where I wasn't covered by my suit.
Geo: 37.0391, 27.4302
Josh: Today we had some cereal for breakfast. It was mini-toast Nutella cereal called "Chockella." It is very odd.
We went to the pool. There was a French girl there. We played with some balls that we had gotten at the market for a couple of hours. We had to do a little comprehending because she didn't speak English. We tossed the balls around, laughed and had fun. At the end, I dragged everyone around the edge of the pool, holding onto a noodle with them in an innertube. They loved it.
When we were done, we went back to the villa and mom went to an internet cafe and Kate, Alex and I stayed home. We hung around reading books and chilling out. We cleaned up the house and we went to pick up her friend, Lucy. Lucy brought us comic books, but she lost her peanut butter (in her checked bag), which was very unfortunate. We talked and had dinner. When we were done we got ready for bed and went to bed.
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