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Remembreing Day Essay

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It is 2010/2011 the summer is on the front door and I'm start to think about the job that I could work this summer. I was start searching on a few places and talk with some people for some free place to work and at that moment it seems that I will have a job, but I was not feel some kind optimistic about them. Day by day I feel relaxed with the fact that I have some free time to enjoy before I start with the job and that was a pretty good for me. As the time was passing, of course no one of them still didn't call me as I expect, so it was obvious that I will need some alternative to earn some money, somehow. I start to search again but now it was to late, because everybody now have people ...view middle of the document...

I don't know why but days were passing really quick, maybe because it was good. We have maybe one more month before moving to a new city, every one of course on some other side, but we new that those thirty days will be great time for us, maybe not for our liver and lungs but that is a small coast we need to pay. And it really was exactly as I think it will be, we spent most of our free time on the sea with some small boat floating around and relaxing as best we could. It was always happened something interesting on that trips that we were planed, but of course it was always something unpredictable. One day we were decide to take a free day on the job and go to sleep on one of some smaller islands around the Korcula. It was a great plan, simple and worthless, so we took the necessities for our journey, such as meat, wine, bear, maybe a little water, and etc. After few hours circulating around we came to one island and it was really great place to relax, but first thing that happened, ofcourse we crash the boat, it was not something so big for example that the boat will sink but it would not be the same that we manage it to keep it in one piece. We find some fine place to station our self and we start to fill our batteries. I would feel glad to tell the rest of the story but I simply think that is not necessarily to tell every detail, if you understand me. In general we have...

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