Econo Lodge NJ State Aquarium
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When we arrived in Philadelphia we went to our Hotel at midday but to our disappointment we were not aloud to check in until 4pm. We were both very tired from the night of flying. The lady at reception let us store our bags and we asked her to direct us to the closest laundromat so we could do some washing. She gave us directions which were a bit hard to follow, we walked around for an hour or more in the area she directed us to but could not find the place. ...
It was a strange feeling waking up after 5 weeks being only the 2 of us again. We didn't have any plans for the day, so we just checked out a few options and left the hotel at 11am. We ended up driving down the New Jersey Turnpike because it was the quicker way out even though we had to pay the $6 toll. We decided to spend the day at Six Flags because we hadn’t been since Illinois and we had season passes. After forking out $22 for parking (WTF!), ...
... had driven into town at 3am and decided to stop. We had breakfast together and she shared her observation on the fellow hostel dwellers. She surmised that because of laptops and mobile phones everyone can travel independently so the need to share and talk with people has dissipated…then she had to go because she got a text from a cousin asking he to join her in Baltimore for lunch and her Sat Nav was playing up so she’d better hit the road. Case and ...
... them little lessons about math and first aid. - Michele and Ian Merrifield, who run Daktari and change the lives of South African children. - The staff and other volunteers at Daktari (Phil, Madaline, Risette, Sammi, Fleur, and Kirsten), who shared a great week with us, including sundowners on a big rock, a visit to a nearby resort to watch a rugby match, and a Dutch Santa Claus party. - The staff (Koos, Bernet, Trey, Tom, Amy, Ash) and ...
... learned that life is beautiful. It’s not scary or threatening or dangerous. It is a gift – precious and fleeting and meant to be celebrated.
- We learned that that world is small because its peoples are remarkably similar. All people have hopes and dreams and fears and are working to make life better for themselves and their families. All people love to feel welcome and connection. And nearly all people are basically good.
- We learned that ...
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