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... to Heidelberg
3. Coming back from Germany
BIGGEST LIFE LESSONS YOU LEARNED (that Europe is expensive, doesn’t count – you KNEW that)
1. Sometimes an experience is just as good as a result
2. The US is a little behind in some of their logic in laws
3. There are idiots all over the world (but I guessed that, but it's always nice to confirm a hypothesis)
PLACES YOU WOULD WANT TO LIVE IN EUROPE
2. Somewhere with Eva
So I will kick this off by telling you what this blog is all about.
It started in the eighth grade. I had the choice between Spanish and German. Everyone learns Spanish. I decided to learn to speak German. It turned out that I loved German. My high school German teacher, Henry Byerly, inspired me with his stories of studying abroad in college. It sounded so amazing that I wanted to experience it for myself. I took all the ...
... and one science exploration center for kids had certain bans on photography. They were worried that designs or technology would be copied or pirated. Wow does that seem ironic!! Is there a single country who has pirated or stolen more intellectual property than China?
The Cost of Tea in China
Although tea is the national drink of China, it’s not cheap. Drinking tea in your apartment is cheap, but if you want to buy a cup of ...
... upset me - homeless vets. The men who have served our country - put their lives in danger for our saety, make up one of the largest populations among the country's homeless. According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, about 1/3 of the adult homeless population are veterans, with an approximate 1.5 other veterans at high risk for becoming homeless. Read more at http://www.nchv.org/background.cfm.
The gentleman we ...
... wildlife sanctuary with them. This place was home to large carnivores rescued from people who had them illegally or, in the states where it is legal still, could no longer
care for them. They had tigers, lions, bears, wolves, bobcats, leopards, loads of beasties. The set up of the centre is fantastic, you go up on to large viewing decks above the smaller pens. In these, there are the newest arrivals to start to get them used to their new home and met
other members ...