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So the adventure begins! After scrambling around the house all morning getting ready to leave, we actually left for the airport right on time. At the Greensboro airport we printed out our boarding passes and checked in our luggage. At the TSA security gate, I was checked because my braid seems to set off the heat sensor in the scan tube. Every time. No worries, I got the hand swabs, ...
... with a gun!! We didn't argue just smiled politely while dad called him mate!! He wasn't impressed!! When we got here we found a bar to watch the match in then wished we hadn't!! Just chilling now getting ready for Knoxville tomorrow We have sent a pic of our car with me behind the wheel. The car is stationary, this is the closest I have come to driving lol!!! Hope you are all good Love and miss you loads ...
... her in her future career in landscape design & I'll get there just in time to spend her birthday with her.
After that, finally, my husband will have some time off work- with his limited days off he narrowed it down, the main thing he wants to do is rock climb in Mallorca, Spain. So we'll spend about a week on the island, climbing things & jumping off into the ocean ;)
Plan B sounds pretty good, right?
... on my own in Malabo to immerse myself in the linguistic and cultural practices of local Equatoguineans. During these two weeks I will seek an internship with an organization called "The Ladybug Project" which organizes on the ground experiences for students and volunteers. They will place me in a volunteer position with the local community. Their placement includes housing and transportation to and from the airport.
After spending a few weeks working within ...
... at "The Ladybug Project," which organizes
on-the-ground experiences for students and volunteers. After a few weeks
in Malabo, she will embark on a two-week tour throughout Equatorial
Guinea. Roughly the size of Maryland, the country consists of a mainland
section and five islands. Before returning home, she will extend her
layover in Spain and tour Barcelona, Pamplona and Madrid. She will
arrive in Pamplona in time to ...