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... moth eaten, over sized shirts and general unkempt appearance, touts still remained convinced that we were high rollers, looking for a sweet deal on a private box for the ball game.
After the show and another night of 4 star bliss at the Central Plaza we boarded another flight, this time to Chicago for a gig at a famous venue named Schuba's. As you enter Schuba's, it has the appearance of a standard American gastro bar but if you venture through a set of double doors at ...
I'm officially off on my first big journey away from home.
For six months, I will be teaching English and going to school to learn Japanese and get TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certified. Then who knows, will I come home and start from scratch, or continue my journey getting a teaching job in Japan? Or, will I continuing onward ...
Our Next Adventure Linda and I are preparing for a trip to Africa next week. Armed with a new iPad and a wireless keyboard, I will attempt to overcome my technical deficiency and write about our trip. i am using our old trip address list to see who wants to receive reports of this trip. Please reply if you do NOT want to get the writings; I will gladly remove anyone that doesn't want more e-mail clutter. ...
... and it was pretty neat to have the screen both in front and overhead as it gave the feeling of being in the water. The photography was spectacular. Then we headed through the museum and learned about a wide range of areas, including our bodies (brains, eyes, how much blood we have), saw a show on our perceptions, went through an exhibit on medical inventions that weren't such good ideas, saw a mummy and ...
... it as well. Suddenly more chidren came over and I got a sense that their teacher was getting annoyed, so we said we had to go.
Afterwards Judy our guide bussed us over to a different kind of school. There are no photos for this one as it wasn't your regular school. It was called a charter school and was set up not by the State or Governement, but by a group of people. It was a Somalian school ...