Dream of: 15 June 1992 "Traveling In Europe"
I had gone to Europe with four women (all in their early 20s). We were planning to travel around to different countries. We were going to go to London, Germany, Italy and other places. The place where we were at present had what appeared to be an amusement park. As we walked around, I thought I would like to get intimate with the women, but I decided not to do anything blatant. I thought I would simply try to gradually get to know them better, and that perhaps finally we would become intimate.
Some steep mountains formed part of the amusement park. People were climbing up the cliffs, and then sliding back down the mountains, some of them in some waterfalls. It appeared that some of the people would probably fall and hurt themselves. But it seemed that in Europe people were allowed to do whatever they wanted to do. If people got hurt it was at their own risk.
I began to pick up my pace. One of the women was ahead of us, and I tried to catch up to her, but I couldn't. She left without the rest of us. I thought she was probably going to go have lunch somewhere and meet the rest of us later.
Finally I became separated from the other women and I was walking around by myself. I walked into a building where I found some framed carvings of inlaid wood hanging on the wall. One had been priced at t$35 but had been marked down to $25. Another one was for sale for $30. When I picked one off the wall and looked at it more carefully, it appeared to be made of a blue-tinted ivory. It was about 30 centimeters by 40 centimeters. I thought about buying it and taking it back to the United States with me. But then I set it down, deciding that I really didn't need to buy anything right now.
I walked back outside. I had quite a bit of money, and I knew I was going to be able to live for quite a long time in Europe. I thought I might even go to school here for a while. But even though I had enough money, I knew I shouldn't be spending a lot of money and should be careful of how I spent my money.
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