Hilton Garden Inn Owings Mills
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... won't do me any good. I just need to figure out things as they arise and everything will be ok. Hopefully today will be draining so that I can sleep on the flight. I picked out my seats and printed my boarding passes already. I've never checked in online before but I can only imagine it'll make things even easier. 10am: It still does not seem real that I'm leaving. I have less things packed than I ...
... the best would be me getting my visa. We just got back from the trek to Washington. Coming back there was more traffic so I guess it wasn't really a trek there but back home definitely. My passport and my visa are in my hand and that's all that really matters!!! This was the most stressful part and I'm so glad it's over with and now nothing is holding me back from all of my excitement. Just three days ...
As time is running out and my visa still hasn't come the process of packing and getting ready to leave has been 10 times more stressful. I wake up checking my email to see if I received any notifications from bls. Even though it's a weekend and they aren't open today, I instinctually refreshed my email. My visa had been processed from the embassy and back at bls!! I jumped out of bed screaming I was so excited. This means either it was sent out ...
... out of it. I can't wait to add another country to my list of places I've been!!
So, that's my next big trip and where all of my savings is going towards in the next few months. I've been back at work for a few weeks now, and sometimes the only thing that gets me through the shift is thinking of Australia!! I can't wait to go, see Elizabeth and Bart, and experience everything I can there. Kangaroos! Wombats! Crocodiles!
Speaking of work, there isn't enough ...
... and looked whether someone military was following us or if a drone was aiming at us from above.
On the northern side of the main road we found the entrance to a state park, Sandy Point. Basically it consists of three parts, the biggest being a collection of parking lots, then a smaller area used for barbequeing and a even smaller strip of sand bordering the bay, the beach we searched for.
When Americans do something, they do it in a ...