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had a good day of weather to visit Pitt and Carnegie Mellon We first started with a tour of the Pitt campus. A surprisingly small tight campus. Easy to get around and vey compact. The tour was good and the flow of students on the campus represented a good diversity of students and a vibrant student body. Lots of students were wearing Pitt logoed clothing. We ...
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 ...
... manner. I found that having no plan was in fact the best plan. Southeast Asia has a fantastic travel infrastructure, so traveling by yourself is actually quite easy there.
I have to admit that I spent a bit more on my trip than I thought I would. I thought I'd be staying in more hostels and traveling by train and bus a lot more than I did. As it happened, I only ended up staying in four hostels (what can I say, I am American and ...
... trip special. If you want to look at a map of Kenya, you can locate where we will be going: Nairobi (city center, the village of Banana, the areas called Kawangware and Kangemi - all on the outskirts of town), the Masai Mara for a safari, Bomet, and Nakuru.
The team is going over in two groups this year. One group is going through Zurich, Switzerland and the other through Amsterdam. We did this because we got some cheaper airfares on United ...
... bit better." There were aspects of this year's trip that were better, but I love them all as I behold people enjoying the land that I have come to cherish as my second home.
So that's a wrap on this year's blog but it's not the end of the work in Kenya. Be watching for the 2015 dates and consider joining me and others for what I promise will be the trip of a lifetime. Thank you and thank You, Lord, for your grace and help in making these trips possible. Amen!