Happy Holiday Campground
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... day early to get ready. He said he has a mobile kitchen and doesn't use any local ingredients (they are all flown in... I guess you don't want to risk the players getting sick!). I asked him for trade secrets, and he said it's all pretty basic: lots of protein, lots of carbs, some fat. I told him he could write a cookbook and become famous, and he laughed and said that would violate his contract. Oh well! Then ...
So the adventure begins! After scrambling around the house all morning getting ready to leave, we actually left for the airport right on time. At the Greensboro airport we printed out our boarding passes and checked in our luggage. At the TSA security gate, I was checked because my braid seems to set off the heat sensor in the scan tube. Every time. No worries, I got the hand swabs, ...
... with a gun!! We didn't argue just smiled politely while dad called him mate!! He wasn't impressed!! When we got here we found a bar to watch the match in then wished we hadn't!! Just chilling now getting ready for Knoxville tomorrow We have sent a pic of our car with me behind the wheel. The car is stationary, this is the closest I have come to driving lol!!! Hope you are all good Love and miss you loads ...
... to apply to the federal government for permission to travel outside of the capital city, so if I am able to explore that will be wonderful, but no guarantees.
Not to be discouraged, I worked out a plan B. My amazing, wonderful fellow Spanish teacher from Greensboro Day School, Ayesha Swinton, agreed to come with me to Africa! Now everything feels much safer- two women out in the world without a concrete plan is ...
... to the mainland, arriving in the largest mainland city of Bata. We will spend one day touring the city before contracting a guide to lead us through Monte Alen National Park. This park is a protected area of over 500 square miles that includes mountains, rivers, lakes, rainforest, and the possibility of sighting gorillas, chimpanzees, forest elephants, crocodiles and many other African animals. We hope to spend several days touring this area to see as much wildlife ...