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Well, I survived.
The great Blizzard of 2015, Juno, Snowmageddon, whatever you want to call it. The massive storm that dumped over 24 inches on Boston and much of the East Coast from Monday night into Wednesday morning. And you know what? It was really really fun.
Everyone said you didn't get snow days in college. You walk to class so why would you? I am already seeing that this is false. We had both Tuesday and Wednesday off of class this week which was so awesome. ...
... brewery tour and went to watch the Christmas tree lighting on Boston Common. During which we watched a bunch of adult cheerleaders dressed up in 'sexy' Santa outfits doing cheerleading moves to Christmas music... It was more than a little bizarre! We also witnessed a really big protest, to do with the verdicts of the recent police trials, during this time. It was really quite impressive to see such a huge number of people banding together for something they believe ...
... people going in and out. (Not like the G when it is usually at the end of a quarter). The Red Sox presented their championship team from 2004 the celebrate the 10th anniversary of that victory. The Red Sox scored home runs in the second and third innings which set them up for a good victory. It was fun, and kept moving...picked it up really quickly. Was really pleased to get back to the warmth of our hotel after the game. Today didn't get out of single ...
... students. They explored scientific concepts all afternoon which ended in an amazing electrical show highlighting how lightning conducts itself through various materials.
We are heading to Fenway tonight for one of the all time highlights of every Boston trip. We hope that the Sox beat the Reds!
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... really did and still do want to immerse myself in the African experience. This is a continent that finds its identities, cultures and peoples completely free from the influence of technology and attracts world travelers for that expressed purpose. Getting off the grid means removing oneself from the global web of digital communication and instant connection. When it comes down to it, I want Africa to be outside of that plugged in world ...