The Raritan Inn at Middle Valley
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I landed at JFK at 6:00 pm last night, 12 hours after I left my Marrakech hotel. Biggest decision? - have pizza or a pasta dish for dinner (pizza won). I realized I could have packed better for the trip: 1) didn't need that skirt and multiple matching tops and my make-up for those nice evenings out - G Adventures is a pretty casual group; and 2) didn't need the bathing suit, coverup, 2 sleeveless shirts or 3 light shirts - ...
... is like from the cockpit seeing these paths in the sky ahead of them. There has been quite a bit of cloud cover. But as much as I love them, I hope they clear out and I get a chance to see the Rocky Mountains. If there is one thing that I love about the west coast it's the mountains. They remind me so much of Colombia. Every chance I get to visit California it's one of the first things I look for. To see them in all ...
... 4 of those in case they weren't the same) and two wine glasses and no, we will not be bringing them all home with us as we have already collected so many additions to our wardrobe than when we came, we have to buy another case of some sort just to bring it all home - we were already close to our 23kg each limit with all the cold weather gear we needed and thank god we brought with us, it has been invaluable and kept us from becoming icicles ...
... the NJ economy.
We were thrilled that Valerie and Jon could join us for dinner. Our hotel was about 12 miles from their home. Jon, NJ proud, was thrilled to share his home state with us and hosted us to a tasty dinner at Ruby Tuesdays, which was in walking distance of the hotel. He was disappointed that we did not visit the "locally famous" outlet mall. We enjoyed the company and conversation, before all bidding adieu for the ...
... Most importantly, I feel blessed to be one of the few people who have the opportunity to study abroad, not once but twice! Thank you to my family for supporting me both financially and emotionally. To all my Mac friends who are also studying abroad, please post frequent updates on your blogs as well because I'm excited for us to all stay connected even while we're all over the place. Thanks for reading, next post in China!