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... we will clearly have some things in common. A sense of adventure, a willingness to explore, a personality of independence, and an open mind are all traits that tend to be common among study abroad students.
Recently, I've been looking more closely at nearby countries I might want to get a EuroRail pass to. Right now Portugal is at the top of the list. ...
... you were wondering, which is making carrying my boots around that much easier. Then we had dinner at at really nice Mexican restaurant and had an early night. We had an early (7am) start the next day on the road to Austin, (the capital of Texas, for more trivia). On the way to Austin we stopped by San Antonio to visit the Alamo, probably one of the more famous historical sites in Texas. It was pretty cool ... they had plenty of ...
... organic everything, local pubs and restaurants, pretty much no franchises, a wide array of people looking differently, a cheese house (will try that later today, it must involve me eating cheese, right?).
Today it is still not muggy out, and a lil windy (still about 30 c out though..or more), so I'll try and walk out as much as possible downtown before collapsing and heading back (there's a cinema on the way back so chesse ...
... the gate further down. So we set up shop!
It was great to see a familiar face again on our trip. I love to travel, but at times I just want a friend or family member to break up the monotony.
We met his wife, step son and grandson. They made us feel right at home!!!!!
... which is quiet decent. Two queen sized beds and 3.00 internet.
It's looking like we'll be going back to Dallas tomorrow because as much as I like Austin, I think I'm getting a little homesick and need some time to myself. Dubai should be good for that.
Expect a more detailed summary of everything when I'm in Dubai and have a bit of time to think to myself.