Country Inn & Suites Atlanta Six Flags
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... talking very fast. Too fast for my limited Spanish to comprehend. So I had no idea I was effectively camping in Miami for the night. Until the American Jehovah's Witness and grumpy British man joined me in my base camp (beside the power outlet nearest the Starbucks). We soon realised we spoke a common language and shared a common inability to understand angry-mob-Spanish. Eventually I nominated myself to ask for more information about the situation (the mob now had their camera phones ...
... before in the New River Gorge I was drinking beer and I was just fine. However, the drinks we were given had tequila in them and I now know taking them was one of the stupidest decisions of my life...I am not sure if I had an allergic reaction or what but the next day I must have thrown up at least 4 times.. It was not fun...
So I was sick all day during training and into the evening. I was able to slightly keep some food down at dinner but I was still ...
... under our shirts, shorts, and jackets.
Peggy and Linda are in one kayak. Joan and Carol are in another kayak. Ranger Don gave us initial instructions about kayaking and added more on the water. Don is in a kayak with his niece who is a biologist with the state of Georgia. We kayaked on the reservoir and through a metal corrugated tube under a road (we had to be low in our seats and watch out ...
... energy, sense of humour, and encouragement were truly the only things that got me through the stress of the application process, so it was great to finally meet my savior in person.
Chicka picked us up the next morning to meet Jay Rhodes, the director of learning and development, for a good old-fashioned southern breakfast, complete with biscuits and grits. Jay has been following our blogs, but we were able to fill him in on some ...
... snaring any we took a trip to Lenox Mall where we mainly waited for coffees at a very busy Starbucks and watched some kids play a dance game on a Kinect or something they have in the middle of the mall.
That night we went to a place called Shout (we'd originally tried a place called Twist but it was too busy and loud, I'm so old haha). I drank some cocktails while the barman showed us the wobble (look it up if you don't know ...