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... of the Carterson Bridge which was too weak to hold heavy loads. Painted red in colour, the bridge was built to remember the blood and sacrifice the founders of Adelyn had to endure.
SECOND PLACE OF CONFLICT
Since the beginning of time, the castle of Irondell has stood proud in the heart of Adelyn. This is Southeast of the Bayston Bridge. The precious stones that make up the ancient building, still holds powers of the immortals of the ...
... So, that's all about the hero's home. From the hero's home, I am now going to direct you to the first place of conflict.
You might not want to know about this place of conflict, but I ought to tell you about the dangers. The name of this isolated place is the The Petrified Cave. The name gives it away. This place is filled with deadly danger. If you enter, I assure you, you will regret even hearing about this cave. The Petrified Cave, is a place where if ...
... Port Jaka and then through a treacherous sea to get to Corley Village where who knows who will stab a sword down your throat and who truly is your friend and foe.You have to then, get through the army of no pity and then go back to sea to disable the active ships. This feat will cost lives of many and they will have to face challenges they thought to be redeemed impossible.Then, you have to get to the call ...
... pink hello kitty backpack carried by their 5 year old! Some of the anxiety has lifted and the excitement is setting in...
IN 16 HOURS I WILL BE IN CHINA!!!
Ahh so amazing. Hopefully the flight goes smoothly and we make it to the hotel safe and sound! Our group has about an hour trip from the airport to the Kunshan International Sports Hotel, I feel bad for the other group who is about 9 hours out from their location!
OK HERE WE GO!
... wrangled our luggage to some seats, and arrived in Halmstad two hours later. We were warmly greeted and welcomed by the Rotary GSE committee and several of our hosts, and brought to one of their homes for a welcome meeting and a lovely meal featuring some delicious smoked salmon. We went over our schedule for the next few days, were introduced to our host families, and generally had a nice afternoon. We spent the evening with our host families and tomorrow will hit the ground ...