Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland West/Beaverton
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Hey everyone! We wanted to provide a way for our friends and family to follow us as we take our 2 month outskirts of the USA road/camping trip. We will try and post everyday and hope you can enjoy some of the things we get to see and do. We will start posting June 22nd. Our final post will be August 8th!
1 more week to go. Ahhhh so nervous and oh so excited!
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Today we finished off our second and last day of training for our international trip. We got sent out to a specific area of downtown Portland today with our teams and had to apply all that we have learned so far by striking up convos with Portlanders. The leaders have really emphasized how important it is to go into a new culture with the mindset and attitude of a learner! We went into Portland with the goal of trying to learn and understand ...
... scanner guy as I was checking in, everything -and I mean EVERYTHING- went smashingly! Even in Lima! I was still trying to wrap my head around the entire trip experience as I was flying away from the continent (it was way too early for that anyway!) but I did manage to have the following coherent thought:
THANK YOU SOUTH AMERICA! I am a better person for having visited you. Thanks for the perspective and for helping me to see the world ...
... and finally bought the one I had spotted yesterday, but which Wayne thought was just an impulse buy. What was interesting during this shopping period was that while the shops weren't that busy, the apple shop we went into was absolutely packed. We moved down to the waterfront, to the Tom McCall Waterfront park where the festival was being held. We had our beer mugs in hand (which had created a talking point for several people, and confused others who didn't know ...
... time in all the crowds and crowded places I've been, that the press of what all that energy really is, has felt more than just a presence. Now it is something audible, tangible with weight. I felt a pressure, chaos even. Which in a way is odd because it seemed to be about the intent of the focused herd and not just the honking repartee of many trying to go many places.
Hinduism seems to be a religion that leaves no god behind. The pantheon, large ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center