Days Inn Minneapolis North/Brooklyn Center
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... it opened at 10am and came out just before 6pm. I'm not actually sure
how we kept it up for 8 hours. Normally I'm done with shopping by 2
hours but there was a lot to look at.
First we went to the mini amusement
park in the centre, Nickelodeon Universe. Kaitlin wanted to get an all
day pass and just hang out there but considering we have been to a
few theme parks we decided to just do one ride and look around the
mall instead. We ...
... What the hell?" and agreed to be interviewed by Chinese companies. The interviewer was happy that I decided to go this path as he already had several in mind.
So, that week, I had my first interview with one of the top ten English teaching companies, Education First. It was one of the toughest interviews that I have had in my life. I am so happy that the interview was over Skype as I was so nervous that I was sweating so much! The interview was intense for ...
... sadly, it was time to get on the road again.
It was a true gift to have this time for me to reconnect, for Elijah and his family to get to know each other, and for Jim as well. I got a wonderful call from my Aunt after we had left and we spent another hour or so on the phone with her which really touched me. I do hope that we will be seeing them all on the island for a visit some day! Thank you for a wonderful time everyone.
... Thank you Todd and Diana for such a fabulous day.
On another of the warm days, the whole family went to the Arboretum, the public park in Minneapolis and we could admire a great variety of trees, plants and spectacular Halloween decorations.
We also had time to see the family of Michele, Ariana's godmother but very short because they were leaving on a trip. Maybe ...
Welcome readers/bloggers to my second travel blog named The Art of Traveling and Teaching Abroad. This blog will detail the travels of the summer of 2013. I am going to Europe to teach English for my TEFL Practicum (Student teaching for Teaching English as a Foreign Language minor) I will be teaching in Siauliai, LIthuania which is about two hours south of Riga (The capital of Latvia). The reason why I chose this destination was because out of all of my international friends that I have ...