Extended Stay America - Hartford - Manchester
Travel Blogs from Manchester
Our adventure is coming to an end. We will be home in about 2 hours :(. Very sad to see the end. My battery is dying so I must be brief. My God, what a beautiful and amazing country we live in!!!! Thank you to all the amazing people we met ...
... me. Another sad day for me because the second session of kids left and they were the biggest amount of ids ever in 1 unit since the camp opened and some of them where brilliant and funny plus a few of the 6 weekers went home. Which was sad because I felt like there older brother helping them and them giving me hugs to say goodbye was nice, asking me if I was coming back next year and me not knowing the answer. Whoops. ...
... lacrosse with Adam making me learn the game of lacrosse so I can help teach but also I have Also wanted to learn to play for years. Friday was a good day and I was over my homesickness and I thought I just needed to so this for me and found my passion and it's a good one and good for me. Friday night we went out for Liam's birthday. Who is the director of the camp. So we went to the local called the ivoryton, who in have got to know quote well since I have been here because we ...
I have been asked to write a better blog each time because they are too short, so here it is... So yesterday the new set of kids arrive, this is session 2a which means that we have kids for 4 and then 2 and then 2 but some of the first session kids can stay on to an extra 2 or 3 weeks. Which is cool because I can remember the kids names who I have had 4 weeks to get to know! So I have been made a full specialist with no kids to look after ...
... do but oh well. Onwards and upwards. Moving into session 2a is going to be fun and looking forward to it. So what's happened since last time I wrote this well loads to be honest. day to day life up on the hockey rink with Adam is hot and humid. It's almost been 70 degrees up on the rink and field everyday. We managed to get a few chairs and easy up tents so we have some shade for the kids and also us. ...
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