Holiday Inn Express Broken Arrow
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We have officially begun our adventure to China. The Tulsa group: Mr. Burnett, Ms. Alisa Dougless, Taylor, Audrey, Sami, Fares, Megan, Skylar, Alice, Gena, Sam, Sophie, Adeylnn, and Sydney met at 6:30 am. We took pictures, said our good byes and boarded the plane to meet up with Max, Ryan, and Frances from Dallas, and Victor, Megan, and Nathan from the OKC area. See you all in ...
... to the U.S. on October 15th. We have said all of our "see you laters" and are ready for our vacation. By the way, we greatly appreciate the accommodations provided by the Toombs and airport transfer by the Bosses.
We will update when we can (and have Wi-fi) so check back to keep up with where we are. And we're ...
... through downtown Tulsa as neither of us had seen this city before. If only I had my camera/s ready to catch some of the Historic Rte 66 sights, but they are plentiful so maybe that saves me time from posting about more - hahaha.
I did get some footage of the Arkansas River that runs through Tulsa - very pretty.
... to the residence is by way of Athi River EPZ road that is about 500m just before getting to Kitengela township. Homes in this area of Kitengela have higher occupancy and are a mix of condos and standalone houses. Flats in Kitengela EPZ would rent out between say Kes 13,000 to Kes 22,000 depending upon the location plus quality of finishing. The standalone homes in this area would most likely rent anywhere between Kes 30,000 and Kes 50,000 being dependent ...
... us about Cherokee culture and society. He described how and what the tribesmen and women would trade (deer hides and baskets mainly) in exchange for pots, cloth and hunting tools. In Cherokee culture all material possessions belong to the women, including the house and everything in it. The women of the Cherokee villages enjoyed as much freedom as one could wish for in a society such as theirs -- and certainly more than the English women in the nearby colonies. They were included ...