Extended Stay America - Dallas - Plano Parkway
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... tobacco with me which was very nice as well.
Last entry: Home again! My dog and parents were happy to see me, the dog more so but that's to be expected since I raised him as a puppy!
On this 11 month trip I went to China, Macau, Nepal, Qatar, The U.A.E., and France.
Thus concludes this travel blog..
... my friends a lot but Texas has been a great
experience so far. Going back to why I love traveling so much…my dad took me around with him during the summer holidays and by the time I was 12, I was traveling Mumbai alone!! By the age of 16, I traveled almost 25 days in a month, during the summer holidays, helping my dad with his business. There were days I would wake up and not know which city I was in. I hated traveling then because it ...
I am spending 3 weeks in Texas to visit my friends, go on family vacation, and for my grandma's sixtieth birthday! I'm excited to get to see all my friends and family again. I know I won't be able to go home for Christmas so I'm really glad I got to make this ...
I left Dallas to move to Germany today. I just graduated high school yesterday and it was very heartbreaking to have to say goodbye to my friends and family, but I am so excited to start this new journey in my life. I know that my year in Germany will be the best year of my entire life and I'm so excited to make it happen. It may be far away, but sometime's distance brings things together. Life is going to change starting now and I couldn't be more ...
... sea-wall along much of the resort property, none of which would have been necessary if there were not so much corruption.
He told me that he has discussed enforcement issues with local police and military authorities, and they’re all willing to help, if he pays them (as in, pays them to do the job for which they’re already receiving a salary from the State). He told me, trying to run a business in the developing world leads one to confront all sorts ...