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Today is the day: the day I leave for my 10 week study abroad term in London! My suitcases are packed: two of them for a total of about 100 lbs. That might seem like a bit too much but I'm going to be gone for 10 weeks, plus it's too late to unpack them now. My boarding pass is printed and I'll be leaving for the Chicago O'Hare ...
... I could. But I'm realizing now that I am going to have a pretty big jolt back to reality soon. I'm afraid it will tamper with my new spirit and my memories of everything I have experienced here.
Today at the hotel I met new students that were going to the Iringa house. It's crazy that I was them just 3 weeks ago. No idea what to expect, looking for any source of knowledge to prepare me for what I was about to get into. It felt nice to be able to share a tiny ...
... by Dan, Bailey and Derrick who we met on couch surfing. They were so welcoming and friendly. They had the afternoon all lined up so we could get as much in as possible. They basically gave us a full private tour of the city explaining what every building was with a few good stories thrown into the mix.
We luckily came on the weekend when Milwaukee open doors was on, a number of buildings ...
... then the dance at 7 PM.
During the dance classes, the campers were taught a couple of line dances different Scottish ceilidh’s, which are group dances similar to the Virginia Reel. The dance went well; the dance floor was usually packed. I danced many dances and had a great time. After the dance, they showed a slide show of all the pictures taken during camp, and the music videos made in the music class. The campers always enjoy ...
We arrived in Milwaukee around noon, delayed only by a stop at the Mars' Cheese Castle, a roadside monument to Wisconsin cheese. After buying a hunk of cheddar, venison sticks, and a summer sausage shaped like a beer bottle (seriously), we headed to Julia's friend Sarah's apartment. After lunch at a local restaurant (featuring a bloody Mary with a stick of bacon and a beer chaser), we went on a brewery tour at Lakeside Brewery, the country's ...
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