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... and is quite pretty. There's a hiking trail of about a mile, but it was partly flooded and very mosquito-y, plus it was 90 degrees out, with rank humidity, so I turned around after a few minutes.
Back at the hotel, I enjoyed a little drinkie in the lounge (ducks had already returned home), where there was live piano music (mostly playing showtunes). It was pleasant.
... be the same person after you travel." I took this with a grain of salt, thinking maybe it was just an over-dramatic platitude of poetic writing. In other words, it made for good writing, but didn't have much substance. At my age, what could I really see or experience that would change my view of the world? I studied about different countries while in school, and have watched news casts and documenteries all my life.
After only 6 months on the road, I have to agree ...
After three weeks of travel, I am home for two weeks. The first leg of the trip is complete. Not wanting to be cliche or over enthusiastic, but this trip has been life changing, in more than one way. One of the biggest things that I learned is the complexity of this small-big world. While that sounds contradictory, I mean it. The industry is not yet too big, thus it seems like everyone is connected in one way or another. We live in a ...
I could not be more excited to take off tomorrow morning for Dubai, UAE. It is hard to think that around two months ago, I was interviewing for one of the spots to be in the Management Associate Program at BCD Travel. The weeks have gone by incredibly fast. Just a week ago, I was getting ready for my college graduation... and now I am headed for the most incredible adventure that I have ever been on.
Getting ready over the past 2 weeks has ...
At 4:05 a.m. a person should be sound asleep, not cranking up a truck. Even the chickens didn't get up to see me off. Nevertheless, I am opening the gate that will release me from "the farm cabin". Actually, I regret leaving. I have had a good time here in Cedar Creek, Texas with Ron and Sarah. Even a better time with Ricky and the other goats. Just joking, Ron and Sarah went out of their way for me while I was there. ...