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... is good but proper sight-seeing will happen tomorrow.
No trip to the US we be complete with over-indulging in the food department. Breakfast at IHOP and lunch at Wendy's. But the highlight had to be dinner at Pat's, King of Steaks the original purveyor of Philadelphia Cheese steak sandwich. Rob and I were served by a 'character' from Belfast.
... so it would fit back into the stroller, we were off to see the Liberty Bell. I was amazed at how attentive Victoria was to all the video screens playing. I only hope she actually retained any information she gained from them. It seems like every time I see the Bell though, it is getting smaller, or am I just getting older....LOL. We had a real hard time getting pictures because two foreign tour groups from china swamped us, and they could care less that we were ...
and just a giant swamp along the highway. None of us had ever seen
anything like it. We drove on a bridge suspended over a swamp for
30km. It was trippy. On our way we stopped off for some Louisiana
crayfish and catfish. The crayfish was deep fried and tasted
something like calimari. The catfish was gross and really fishy.
We eventually made it to Mississippi
and stayed at a motel right on the beach in Biloxi ...
Preparing to leave for a trip to Haiti with Medical Teams International to provide physical therapy care to the injured and disabled in a clinic in Les Cayes, about 6 hours form Port Au Prince. There has been so much to do finishing up orientation, sorting out end of school year business, getting shots and starting anti malarial pills-not to mention spraying scrubs with this mosquito repellent, learning Creole, finishing an ...
... place to place. But in a few days the moving part will be over and I will be free to explore DC.
This is the first time since I was 13 that I have not worked (a paying job) for this long. I almost feel like I need to hit the pavement in DC by Monday to see what kind of short term job I can find, but the other part of me is going to enjoy the time off to reorganize and set new goals. I am a teacher by profession, ...