Hampton Inn Atlanta - Lawrenceville I-85 Sugarloaf
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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After an emotional farewell, I left the atlanta runway, lovingly cradling a big black book I had been given as a going away gift. I had left America after living there for one year and the book was full of messages from friends (and adopted family) wishing me well. As expected I sniffled my way through each message (listening to Keane's somewhere only we know only worsened melancholy). I soon held back the sniffs and tears upon becoming acutely aware of my seat-mate's uncomfortable ...
... was an energetic and outgoing man who might have had a difficult past, but seemed to be very committed and passionate about his work. We had a lot of fun in his group. After our 8 hour training we decided to go out after dinner to check out the city. We went to a local brewery and had delicious brews. Then we went to a Mexican place where we got free drinks because the bar tender was a previous VISTA! Unfortunately, I was still on antibiotics from ...
... of my new traveling companion, Curvy. Got wishes for safe travel and a great time from Jeannie, Laura, Nancy, Jay, and Nelson.
A couple hours most Saturdays I spend at the Lawrenceville Co-operative Ministry, so I stopped by for some photo ops. Linda, Gwen, and the pantry volunteers wished me well and I had a couple more photos of Curvy taken. My favorite Saturday lunch spot is the Peachtree Café and I stopped by for a late ...
Time to drive home. But again, we took our time. The internet was working fast so I uploaded so pics. Then I drove to the casino to have their "epic" buffet. It was one of the largest breakfast spreads I've ever seen. Just wished I could have had a little of everything but it was too much. I had at least half of what they offered and I had too much. But I knew I could go through the day without another meal until we got home. After that epic buffet ...
... is a very hard life for a Tanzanian that tested positive, and therefore many of them don't tell anyone their status - they don't want to talk about it. But the women in this group are so strong and want to fight for their right to be considered normal that they openly talk about their HIV status. They share their stories about their lives and the families that they have or used to have. They offer support and comfort to each other. They are very strong, ...