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Hello from the Christchurch International Airport tarmac. We survived driving on the left side of the road. The first day of driving was pretty rough---both of us tended to hug the left (which here was the no shoulder side of the road, in the states it would be the center line obviously). However, we quickly adjusted and thankfully had no incidents. John and I have been up since 3:45 ...
I wanted to try out this new blog that Sunnie and I put together. I hope you don't mind, but we thought you would like to keep up with us as we travel over the next 30 days.
You may wonder, where is their first stop? It's no other place than the Motor City! That's right. We are stopping in my old stomping ground in Detroit City. ...but only for three hours.
Then off to LA. Sunnie's cousin was so nice to ...
... I can visualize her crossing and singing I'm on the battle field for my Lord and I promised Him that I would serve Him till I die, I'm on the battlefield for my Lord! Faire, Leila, and myself crossed that bridge too today in honor of Ms. Bland's sacrifice made for us. However, prior to crossing the bridge it began to rain and Dr. Todd Allen gave us a choice if we wanted to ride on the bus or walk in the rain? In my mind I thought "Are you kidding ...
... that over 50 years ago people of color were not afforded the opportunity to stay in a hotel such as that particular one.
Our tour group checked out of the hotel at 8: 00 A.M. sharp, and departed for Atlanta, Ga., the first stop was none other than the MLK Center. There we saw Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Coretta Scott-King's resting place, as well as the Eternal Flames that burned across from ...
... Clemson students and some of the international students at the University, which is really cool! I still have a lot to learn about the school and where exactly I will be living, but I can't wait!
I am thrilled and humbled that I have the chance to do this again - I went to Australia thinking that my semester abroad was a "once in a lifetime opportunity" so it still hasn't completely sunk in that I will be gone again in a little over two months! Time to get planning! :)
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