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I was up and out pretty quickly - Astrid got up and we said our goodbyes.
I felt bad that I hadn't any handy money to tip the poor guy who had to get up to open the door for me to get out. The taxi ride was not memorable. The airport procedure annoying. There was a huge line that inched forward. At one point an announcement was made for my flight # to go to gate 2. I went and was turned back since I didn't have a boarding pass yet. I ...
... is familiar. No matter what happens, I know where I am and what to do. And I know basically that nothing is going to happen. That is all pre-conceptual. It's nice to feel safe. Yet I love the exploration, love it. From the times I traveled Central America and South America by myself in my 20's, I will never get this out of my system. It's in my core.
... maintain a SoA blog site detailing the progress. She also will have opportunities to travel to other parts of India.
We wish Erin a very successful and interesting visit!"
You can also find it on my school's website: http://www.arch.rpi.edu/2013/11/2014-in dia-browns-fellowship-winner/
I will be blogging, again, while I am there. It will be called "India Brown's Fellowship," so do not forget to check it out!
Ron is a member of CHANY and the entire Ryan crew was there. The conference was great and I had a great time. While ron was attending the workshops I went sightseeing by myself.I walked over 15 miles, had lunch and tasted the water in the springs.
... way along the Brissie River!
Nicole Cooke Very cool glad it's all working out as you planned have fun now love Nic X