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... one of the few nearby countries that I have never been to. Having been to Greece, Spain, France, England, Jamaica, Italy, and the Bahamas, I'm more than ready to go to a new country that I could add to the list. When my parents visit, we're supposed to head to Morrocco as well.
I'm excited but it seems like this is going to be a long, bittersweet trip.
... to strip to shorts and shirt in case a cold wind should blow and the temperature drop from its balmy 80 degrees. Not so for the locals, for whom summer in the middle of winter is quite normal. The city is much more modern than I had imagined. Strung out along the Brazos river, all shiny new high rise buildings and parks, the state Capitol and the University, it is very attractive. Not the image of Texas I carry around with me. Maybe I should change.
... stadium on campus that holds 100,000 people for the local team the 'Texas Longhorns"
I cant justify the size of the football stadium (Darrell K Royal - Texas ...
... I wudda not have stayed in the volunteer program. So, THANK YOU again!!! Here is a list of what I have been preparin' for the trip and it may help ya prepare in case ya wanna volunteer overseas in the future:
*applied & deposited $ in the Cross Cultural Solutions volunteer program as I enrolled in
*correspond with the CCS program coordinator via videophones & e-mails to help me ...
A few months ago my husband's company approached him about going to South Korea for several weeks for work this fall, and he agreed on the spot. Since I work from home and my entire team is located in a timezone much closer to Korea's than my own anyway, my manager graciously approved me working from Korea during my husband's trip, so I get to tag along. We're hoping to stop in Taipei for a few days on our return trip to visit my husband's nephew.