Olympic View Bed And Breakfast Cottage
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... 2. I got up around 8am, which was about 2 hours earlier than I had intended to get up.. I was still really tired from the night before and had gone to bed around 1:30 am. So, I got up and made the 40 minute trek to Pike Place Market. I planned out my destinations this time and made sure I had my wallet with me, so no more mishaps! As fun as it was walking 30 minutes for no reason, I decided to be more productive with my day as my time here is VERY rapidly coming to an end.
One assignment Giebel assigned us before we leave is to write a letter to ourselves about what we expect to learn during this experience in Vietnam. Of course I already typed an extensive one only to loose it. Here is my 2nd letter. I figured this would be a good way to start a blog!
Cons-- Didn't set up my sublet stuff. I wish I had sooner, definitely could have saved some money taking that route. Worried about making money ...
... and the bathrooms and hid them in one of our other buddy’s locker. Somehow, we got busted and stayed after school to clean the campus grounds.
I continued down K Street to the back side of Pioneer Elementary School then took a left on 25th Street. I was happy to see our house looked pretty good, actually better. Back in the 60’s when mom and dad had the house built, they painted it a charcoal gray with pink ...
... our way to the country of kangaroos and koalas, we first have to fly down to San Francisco for our connecting flight to Sydney. After about a two hour plane ride to San Fran, we then have to continue on another plane for 16 more hours! Definitely the longest plane ride I have ever been on, so I know it will be interesting.
Wish us luck...
... for two complimentary nights.
After a good night’s sleep in Seattle, we took off for Boeing’s headquarters and toured the cavernous facilities where they make commercial and cargo jets, the darling of which is the new 787 Dreamliner. We visited the assembly lines and the lot where the finished planes await delivery. It is like a League ...