Country Inn & Suites Andrews Air Force Base
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... There are pros and cons to every goodbye.
Since this is my last day writing, I would like to provide you with Faith’s useful phrases (14 is my favorite)::
1. Sawadee-kah= hello/goodbye
2. My name is…= Dee chan chu Bua ka
3. What is your name? = Kun shu a’arai?
4. Nice to meet you= gin dee tee dai roo chak
5. How are you?= kun sabaidee mali?
6. I ...
... and hugs to my friends Ben and Gretchen. I can't thank you guys enough for your hospitality and warmth. I look forward to your trip to South Africa.....and I'll be sure to show you a good time! I left this morning and made my way on foot, metro, plane and cab to my next stop.....Boston, the home of Harvard and MIT. It's a little colder here, but so far so good, as my room which I booked on Airbnb is right on the ocean in Winthrop. Stories about Boston to follow later this week....until then..... ...
... a short walk back to the hotel. Once back in my room i did a bit of packing, used the WiFi, got ready for the night, relaxed a bit and then went to the coach which dropped us off at dinner. Dinner was a place called Mr. Smiths at Georgetown and it was included. The food was quite good and then after dinner we returned to the coach and went back to the hotel. We decided to go back to the bar that was next to the hotel, because it was fun and close ...
... wet and very cold and headed to The Mall to see the main sights. After 30 minutes out in the open with strong winds and rain, we thought it couldn't get any worse..... Then it started hailing! We made a run for the nearest coffee shop which turned out to be Paul's a French patisserie. We ordered soup and hot drinks and once again tried to sit the storm out! After dragging our food and drinks out as long as possible and with a looks from the waiter to say ...
... Americans don't travel abroad as much as other nationalities. We've read that only 10-20% own passports, so it would be safe to say, generally, they travel domestically rather than internationally. The consequence of that, is their views and knowledge is often limited to their world. "Worldwide in America". It's a common thing for us Kiwis to say we're from New Zealand and Americans to think it's either a part of USA or part of Australia. So saying, tiny New Zealand has about 5 ...