Delmon International Hotel
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I know, I have been hiding going through the I miss home blues........ but any-way coming out the other end now. I have been focused on getting my registration, this is not an easy task, you can not get a set copy of requirements before you get here. So that makes it difficult, I came with what my agency thought was appropriate and my application got rejected, more information required. Certificates of service back ...
This year, I hope to be able to add Nepal, Tanzania, and South Africa to that list!
These past 2 years have been the best and hardest years of my life. I can't even count the number of times that I've cried because of the things and people I'm missing at home to be here. But they are my rock and anchor that serve as a content reminder to who I am and where I come from…not to mention that there is no way ...
Well that was yesterday's story~
Today, I had my first study tour! We went to two locations, the Al Areen Wildlife Sanctuary and the Tree of life. You can google to find out more about the locations that I've been to. But for this post, I just wanna share my experience stepping foot on these places. For the sanctuary, the group was given a tour around the park in an air-conditioned minibus! That's a first for me and THANK ...
When I made the decision to move to the other side of the world, I know homesickness would be an inevitable part of the deal, but I wasn't expecting for it to hit me after only 2 weeks over here. After talking with 4 different people over the past week - 4 people very near and dear - I found out that each of them had potentially HUGE news that was life-altering. I won't disclose their secrets, since they're theirs to ...
... standing and moving. For the majority of my stay in Bahrain, however, I tried to sleep or quietly read across three airport chairs. I listened to singing/praying at noon, played over the loudspeaker. On our ascent to Kathmandu I fell asleep during seatbelt instruction, then woke at some point after my ears popped for the millionth time. The flights are getting less and less crowded as I get closer to Nepal. For this last flight, we were ...