Holiday Inn Express Worcester Downtown
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... many phone calls home, tears on friends' shoulders and counseling with professors, I chose to return to France through the TAPIF program where I will be assistant teaching English to high school students in Auxerre.
Since graduation, I have continued to struggle with my decision to return to France. Now that I am a college graduate, there is no longer a yellow brick road to follow. I realize now that it is up to each of us to figure out where are ...
... picked up, first with the compliments for the meal and gradually into stories of our travel to Mass and looking forward to our time together and our anecdotes about other various and sundry other thoughts. The joy of the gathering with the Chelsea Boy's and Girl's is always the ability to express and find humor close at hand. We made plans for the next day going to the Worcester Museum ...
... City for 8 days of adventure. Then home from there.
Rich thought we could pack two medium bags and have two carry-on bags. I knew my clothes would fit fine with four suitcases. I guess he did not take into account his clothes. Ha, we now have another medium suitcase. Even though this is a short cruise for us, we will be taking along our formal wear. It is optional, but Rich and I like to play dress up every now and then. And, as long ...
... it as a medical emergency. I still have high hopes to see my one and only kiwi bird in New Zealand. In Chitwan National Park in Nepal, I have greater fears than bird flu, primal fears of being swallowed by gators in a dug out canoes, charged by rhinos or becoming supper for a Bengal Tiger. So in summation, restrictions will be high as if I was living on some castaway reality TV show...bottled water, nuts and berries. Period. And maybe, I can shared them with ...