Chicago Marriott Naperville
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This time tomorrow I will be traveling to the capital of Ghana, Accra! From there I will be driving to my host family's house in Cape Coast. I will try to blog as my trip goes on and update you guys on my experiences. Step one: making it to Ghana. ...
... which was perched on Max's knee. Maggie and I remained to work in parallel with the contractors - packing clothes into cardboard 'wardrobes', answering questions and generally keeping an eye on things. As rooms were emptied, we then moved in to vacuum and clean - it became apparent very quickly where Rambo liked to hide as those areas were very fluffy! Max, meanwhile, was waiting at The Sexton, keeping a weather eye on Rambo who was apparently very distressed. I guess that, ...
... trying to get up on the board, and 2% of the time actually stand-up paddling. The water was also much calmer behind Kirt’s house than in Waikiki, which I am sure helped a lot. It was low tide and I saw several stingrays and even some dolphins while gliding through the mangroves. Kirt also took me to downtown St. Pete where we toured the waterfront shops, enjoyed the view (and a drink) from a rooftop bar, and checked out a local arts & crafts fair at the park. ...
Came out of the museum after 3, and it had just started to snow. It was 7 below, but with no wind it wasn't too cold. We caught a bus the length of Clark Street. The large driver was blowing her horn at slow cars, it was dusk, the tall buildings made a canyon, the snow got heavier, and we sat grinning like loons.We found a Post Office, then caught the train, then a bus home.
The paths were slippery and slushy, but we made it home safely, still grinning.
... the tournament we enjoyed some half off beers at a late night bar which had a row of ice right at the bar so that you could keep your beers cold! the next morning we got to enjoy some has browns, which apparently Ann Arbor is famous for, at a nice little punk rock diner. Will went off to work to slam gens into bacteria cultures and we hit the road again. Four hours later of more "game of thrones" and watching huge wind turbines being ...