Hampton Inn & Suites Rogers
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... all these young people got on with hot pink shirts that said "Pub Crawl" so of course some guys started to talk to me and then invited me to go drink with them but thankfully I had the excuse of not being 21! So once I arrived into downtown I made my way down to the bus stop on Hennepin Avenue. That was a mission to get a bus from there on a Saturday! It took about half an hour for a bus to arrive but thankfully a woman in her late 20's was sitting ...
... can understand me. I can understand them. Everything is simple again. It's all different, yet it's all the same.
I'm surprised how easy it's been to adjust back into my comfortable life. Turns out that 4 months is not THAT long. I still remember how to drive--even in the snow! Yet I still marvel. Buying a coffee is so fun because the barista knows what I'm talking about, and I can even make small talk with those ...
... there. "In transit" turns out to be what you write in that situation, good to know. After that problem was settled she became a lot nicer and we went on our way. We got our last Tims for two months and then sat down with friends. Yes, turns out Shannon and Tracy were on our same flight and sitting in the seats in front of us! That was so nice to see friendly faces at the start of this trip. Tracy was so kind as to pack us this goodie bag of candy for our trek across ...
... To follow the directions from the hotel and walked forever....just couldn't find it..we asked people for directions but never was quite right. Saw a guy packing up his fishing poles...yes, Tim..fishing poles.... And he actually walked us to the hotel!
We went out for dinner tonight and made it back to the hotel!!!
we are really tired and going to bed to try and make up for lost sleep!
... the day with kids who go to school in the city dump (if you want to have "fun"...google the city dump, and "la limonda" in Guatemala City). There are more than 120 kids that are attending school in a 3 bedroom house. The stories from here are amazing. But you will have to wait until Friday to hear more about this.
The other part of this trip is something I've been referring to as "visioning." Looking around, there ...