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... using their carts far too much, which cause noise and you need to make way for them on the paths. My favourite animals were the elephant nosed shrew, the black and white animal, the prairie dogs and the monkey that had an old man face. The baby orang-utan was also very cute. Some of the ways the animals were displayed was awesome. You would walk along paths and the animals were right there in what looked like natural habitat. Often there were no bars. Frustratingly there were ...
We had to get up early for our flights to Omaha. We started walking to the train station at 7:15am and caught the train that stopped right at Reagan National airport. The train conductor was very helpful, providing clear guidance about the next stop. Walking through to the Southwest terminal at the airport Sam had an unfortunate fall due to loss of balance caused by her blocked ear. Fortunately no harm done this time, unlike her ...
While in Iowa, why not visit the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library we said to ourselves and we're glad we did. This is my fifth presidential library and I always enjoy learning about these men. President Hoover lead a pretty impressive life before he entered politics. This library complex includes his ancestral home...a 2 room simple home for 5 people...a Quaker meetinghouse, a one room schoolhouse and his burial site. The library itself is pretty large and includes ...
It's our last day on this Wild West Expedition. Todd and I have seen amazing natural beauty crafted by God, visited 11 states, drove 3,498 miles in nine days, and just had a wonderful time seeing the backbone of America.
We went to a Denny's Restaurant in Omaha for our last breakfast on this trip. It's frigidly cold today, with snow and frozen salt brine still on the roads. We entered the restaurant and took stools at the counter ...
... this is just one way of measuring poverty, and UNHDP suggests that in fact 81.5% of Sierra Leoneans live in multidimensional poverty.
In Sierra Leone, primary school is free, however parents are expected to pay for books, uniforms, shoes, school supplies and ceremonies. Secondary school is not free. Typical Secondary School Fees: $50–250 per term (3 terms)
Literacy Rate: (definition: age 15 and over can read ...