Jellystone Park Of Western New York
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... The man behind Anna chuckled as he watched our comedic reunion. I ran up the escalator, around and back down. Anna and I ran to each other and hugged, which sent my phone that was in my hand flying. Back in the car, Anna met my mom and off to Afternoon Tea we went. It was delicious and how I miss Afternoon Tea!
After Tea, we made our way to Niagara Falls. It started to snow that morning, so we were a little ...
For the past two and a half years, I have been working and dreaming about traveling to South Korea to teach English. This past fall I finally began the excruciating waiting part of my journey. I had my interview with EPIK in October and found out I was accepted into their program a few days later. From there, I raced against the clock to get my documents. I ran into some minor bumps along the way, but managed to get everything in to my recruiter and to EPIK.
About a week and a half ...
... but it will be bearable so long as we leave early enough and minimize our stops along the way.
And now, over to Kathy...
My turn. Yes, I relaxed most of the day but the time leading up to today has been anything but relaxing. Making sure all the pets remaining at home were well provided for was a big part of my drive. Add the fact that I have to work the day after we return to the ...
Got out of Niagara early doors.Used the same driver as yesterday,Rafiq,originally from Jordan,36 years in the US.
Racial profiling's a big issue here at the moment following the passing of a new state law in Arizona,and he spoke eloquently of the extent to which race is used to profile his passengers when crossing the border to Canada and back.Interestingly,the border police were ...
... been given the label 'brownfield'.
Now the I've done more reading on the area I see why so many 'No trespassing' signs exist. From 1949 to 1952 the Lackawanna Steel Company produced uranium fuel rods for nuclear reactors. That's is why I no longer need a night light at home :-)
The main obstacle was a hill made of gravel. I had to ...