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After spending the entire day on the phone with United Airlines, my dad has told us that we won't be leaving tomorrow. Our flight from Denver to Seattle has been cancelled. We are booked for a flight on Sunday at 8 AM, but our seats have not yet been ticketed. We are crossing our fingers and hoping that they will be by tomorrow. I'll keep you guys posted. ...
... cycle there! Jared came out later on and we sat outside chatting until close!! We got talking to a guy called Mike and he had a gorgeous dog (can't remember what he called him - something like Maximus!) and he was a German Shepherd / Labrador cross - the biggest dog I have ever seen! Mike invited us to his, so went and sat outside for a few hours with him and his house mates - I love how people over here have gatherings after the bars have closed!! It ...
... is about 1.5 hrs north of Munich. (I posted a few pictures that I found on the internet of Regensburg if you wanted to see what the city looks like. I will of course post tons of pictures once I'm there.)
I am also a recent member of the German National Honor Society – Delta Phi Alpha. I decided to apply for their national scholarship. This scholarship was for Delta Phi Alpha sophomores and juniors studying abroad in Germany. ...
... the streets, you’ll pay $3. And, it’s really hard to find a cup of tea to go. If you go to a teahouse, you could pay $10 for a good cup of tea or more for a pot of tea. Of course those prices are more about sitting and conversing in the teahouse than the cost of tealeaves. The only time I felt the Chinese were truly condescending towards me is when I tried to buy tea in a regular teashop (a non-touristy shop). It was so beneath those ...
... and we had to leave.
Before reaching our destination, we passed yet another man, at the top of the exit opposite Robert, so we couldn't make it over to him. But my point here is this: There is need, there will always be need, but that does not excuse us from doing what we can, when we are able. Even one Subway card will not fix a man's problems. But it is what we have to offer right now, and it will provide one or two ...