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... Good combination. Academics are much higher in standards. The computer science school - the admitted class range for SAT for math was 790-800 for the 25-75 percentile!! The sciences school was a bit closer to Zachary's scores. The school is much more research oriented than Pitt seemed to be - something that appealed to Zachary. Probably a stretch school. End ...
Good flight. Nice day in Pittsburgh. 60 and sunny Rented car and went to Hotel, drove through the Piit campus along the way Had a dinner at a place that Alex recommended - Fuel and Fuddle - good solid bar type food Drive throughout Carnegic Mellon campus. Hadn't realized that the campuses are right next to each other. Pitt and CMU tours ...
... end I didn't feel they were worth the cost savings.
I enjoyed meeting and conversing with other travelers throughout my journey, and it seemed like everyone had an interesting story for being over there. (One older gentleman I met at the hostel in Kuala Lumpur is basically spending the last few years of his life traveling until he's no longer fit to do so.) I feel like I made a real connection with Maggie, Cassandra, Keira, ...
... donate to a library or orphanage in Kenya and everyone is bringing some small gifts to give to friends they meet and make along the way. We will encounter many sights, sounds and smells but the best will be the children, some of whom are pictured at left.
We have been doing this trip since 2010, and actually did two trips in 2011 (that makes seven total). Pastor Stanko has been going to Kenya since 1997 and is the one with the connections that ...
... the time I was planning to be in Vietnam is during their Tet. For those of you who recall learning about the Vietnam War and the Tet Offensive in high school, Tet is the Vietnamese New Year, and it lasts about nine days. It's their most important holiday, and it is very heavy on family reunions and such; apparently a lot of businesses and offices shut down and the price of goods and services increases during this period. So it is apparently not a ...