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... apply in Africa as much as they do in other parts of the world.
It's good to be back and this is my final blog post. Hopefully in the near future I'll be presenting my experiences in a travel workshop at Hostelling International Boston. You can bet your buns that this travel blog will be central to that presentation! Thanks for all of the support everyone and you'll hear from me again on my next trip!
... resources like rubber, ivory, palm oil and copper, were sucked out of the country with forced Congolese labor and immediately sent back to Belgium for manufacturing purposes. The history of the Congo is painful and treacherous behind compare. When Patrice Lumumba became the country's first prime minister, his anti-Belgium stance coupled with an overt courtship of USSR socialism, caused western governments to justify his assassination ...
... here was the Springfield Armory and museum. It was here that the US arms ( guns, rifles, etc) was made since the times of the Civil War. Sorry I didn't take any photos of the various firearms. If there are requests, I can easily add them from Gabe's camera. After this, we drove onto Nashua and have now stopped for the night. Had a delicious bowl of pho a a non descript little vietnamese place in the middle ...
Arrived at Attaturk Airport, bought our visas and then through passport control. Very easy. Our swanky budget hotel transport met us in the airport and whisked us away to Sultanahmet by van. In broken English, our driver, originally from Erzurem, pointed out the sights as we passed them and helped us orient ourselves. On arrival, we had a little time while ...
... me, and I made my Boston flight in the nick of time (but with a 3 hour lay-over to spare).
So…Boston. A magical place, this. My first few days in Boston (which I call Cambridge, but is actually Somerville) have mostly involved lugging a suitcase back and forth around the city, and sleeping.
The first thing I learned about Boston, is that when it gets cold in the winter, the city develops large thick piles of this icy white ...