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I know we've been back for over three months, but I still think it’s fitting to do some sort of final month and trip wrap-up, since we hit the ground running back in August and didn’t have time for a while.
First of all, some thoughts about July. The two most popular tourist cities in Peru are Arequipa and Cuzco, and we visited both of them. In some ways, they’re similar, they both have giant plazas, big cathedrals, colonial buildings, and are ...
... he was is a complete mystery.
After that, we took a taxi to the Washington National Cathedral. Although a young building, as compared with Cathedrals in UK and Europe, it is built along the same style and construction. In other words, a copy! Still it was cool inside. Still quite outstanding especially the gardens.
By now, we have had enough. Beat a track home for a rest and to pack the bags. flying out to New York tomorrow morning.
... I am being diligent about it. We went to lunch at a little strip mall. Mr. Dehning and I were those awkward people who walk through the drive through ATM to get money out for the students. Their options seemed endless! Chinese, Italian Deli, Indian, Chinese, a Roy Rogers, and so much more! Almost all the kids chose to go to Subway, Dunkin’ Doughnuts, and Starbucks! Creature comforts? I guess so.. I went to the Indian restaurant. I was the only person in ...
... were the best memorials we had seen in terms of provoking though and reflection to really illustrate the cost of war.
The Lincoln memorial is exactly like you would imagine. It is a columned temple looking building with a giant statue of Abraham Lincoln inside. I was cool to be standing inside, plus there is a plaque commemorating the spot where Martin Luther King Jr gave his famous speech! We then walked over to see the monument dedicated to Dr King and to ...
... only know once I get there because I have read such a plethora of reports who knows what it's like. I am not even sure I am allowed to do it because I won't have a work an holiday visa like all the youngsters.
All I know is I am ready for an adventure. It's time to do this travel stuff with a completely open mind and no fear of the unknown. I have been talking about wanting to go to New Zealand for four years so now it's finally time.