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Today I took the plane ride back home. I hated leaving Egypt but I would definitely visit again. There is so much more to see in Egypt and I will be going back in the future. It is such a different and unique culture. I wish I could stay there forever. ...
... day and night.
Of course, we had much to celebrate on the 4th of July as well. For my American family and friends, you may not know that after your success in the war of Independence, Britain could not send her prisoners/convicts to the American colony anymore so they had to find somewhere else to send them and lucky for us they decided upon what would eventually be called Australia.
Note: I have been trying to find a ...
Day 38. Thursday 2 July 2015
Thinking about where we will spend Independence Day. 4th July 2015.
As soon as I mentioned the Maritime Museum (I am the navigator and "things to see" finder) at Manitowoc and the submarine, USS Cobia, Linton had read of it but did not realise it was here. It was based in Perth, Australia during WW2 ...
... can happen in 2 months. I don't want to set expectations for myself and I know I have no idea what to expect. What I do know is that taking risks and exercising your courage to do something meaningful that you think you're capable of is really important.
I'm super excited, ridiculously nervous, overthinking every detail I know, and feeling completely unprepared. Now I just need to have faith that this risk was worthwhile. ...
... into a space worthy of Architectual Digest (I’m so lucky I get to be her roomie here at school!), and me, Sarah, whose skills include many things such as the ability to carry on entire conversations by myself and being daring enough to start a blog!
Be sure to check in with us in June as we begin our adventures in Edinburgh, Aberdour, Glasgow and the Scottish ...