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... and it was very interesting seeing us get ready and waiting at the airport lobby with our group was also a memorable experience. Finally, this trip went by in the blink of an eye. I am very thankful and greatfull to have gone with a great group of individuals and make lifetime friends and connectins. Our group of the 22 people was a great group, with an excellent helpfull 2 professors, who could not have done a better job for ...
... New Jersey. They were a really cute family and the one little girl was very nervous to be on the cable car. I was nervous too, but sometimes when I see people nervous it oddly calms me down.
We got off the cable car and outside to the first half up the mountain. Outside was really slippery and there was not alot of places to go. The view was amazing though. It was crazy for me to be so high up. I loved looking out into the distance and ...
... went to the lobby of the WTO and went to the bathroom. When we went to the bathroom we had to go downstairs. I wondered how a handicap person would be able to use this bathroom. I guess America has different standards for handicaps then other countries.
We took a picture infront of the WTO before we left to get on the bus.
When we got on the bus it was my time to take a nap. I feel asleep very quickly. When I woke up I was surrounded by beautiful mountains and a ...
... of went to in America but I only had a short time to shop before I had to go back to the hotel to get ready for our next tour.
When I got back to the hotel I went to the bathroom to freshen up and put on make up and contacts. I was ready for the next tour.
Once we all meeted in the lobby the tour guide Emily walked us to our bus. It was cool to see the city of Geneva on a nice spring day. It was so pretty outside with the sun shining. I ...
... what I want out of this experience, and what I want to pursue in my future, but I'll save you all the deep-seated questionings and rambles... For now, I am learning so much about trade (especially in the EAC, which makes me even more interested in Africa [I know my mom and dad are cringing right now]), probably more of the technical aspects than I will ever need to know, and I really appreciate the experience I am having.
Until next time!