Courtyard Albuquerque Airport
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We stayed in Abq. with Tai Wu via couchsurfing. He gave us toast for breakfast, re-fried beans for lunch, and a quesedilla for dinner. He let us stay on his couch. Tomorrow, on ...
... aircraft in front and then when you have enough altitude, you release the towing rope. I loved every moment of being in the glider. Trying to find hot spots in order to find lift is hard but enjoyable and the views from the glider are brilliant. However, I still prefer a powered aircraft as there is nothing better than sound of a prop engine.
After an hours gliding, I then flew back to Kirkland and then went back to my host family. Really enjoying America and getting tired!
... but the botanical gardens are the real attraction. The first thing you come to when entering is the Children's Fantasy Garden, where big people get to feel like little (very little) people. We wandered through gigantic flower pots, hoses, flowers, vegetables, mazes and even an ant and spider sitting on his spider web. It only took us about 10 minutes of coercion to get Kaitlyn to sit on the ant for a picture. There was also a dragonfly garden and ...
... and is going to invite me onto the forum. This will be great as it includes early childhood professionals from Uganda, Bhutan, NZ, Canada , New Mexico. looking forward to being part of this group. We feel very privileged that we have been able to visit and spend time in Pueblo communities. hear their stories, visit their schools, homes, sacred sites. Thank you to Kori, Trish and Ruth for their time and the many other local people, we meet throughout the ...
... henceforth navigate her way through the river of life. Oars make a good deal of sense even in NM; the Rio Grande river is not far, and we haven't seen a Yucca plant anywhere. I'll give the various interpreters credit, though; all the materials say repeatedly: "Only the original creator knows for sure what this means."
Second park of the day was a ballpark: Isotopes Park where the Albuquerque ...