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Travel Blogs from Yalta
... cause a my flight to be delayed.
I have a knot in the pit of my stomach and I'm not sure yet if I am excited to leave. I feel nervous, and selfishly want people to tell me that they will miss me so I have some sort of reassurance that life will not completely move on without me. I'm sure that once I get to Madrid I will have the time of my life, but until then, 112 days until I return.
Happy New Year! My trip starts tomorrow and I'm happy to say the missing passport has been found! Right in its proper place, imagine that. It took an emergency trip to Philly to try and get a new one before we found it, but fortunately I didn't need to shell out the extra money for an expedited one. Feeling excited and nervous, but I suppose that's to be expected! As for now, I'm off to do some readings. Hopefully you'll be hearing from me again soon! ...
... the same people who rarely base our decisions on rationality.
Last September, I decided to take a leap of faith and irrationally signed up with a day to spare for a four month study abroad experience in Spain. Two months later, I realized that the last thing I wanted to do was leave home and TCNJ to enter a country where I am still learning the language. Today, on January 1st, 2014, I have mixed feelings about what my future holds. In six short days I will be on ...
Four days before my departure and I'm realizing the lessons are already starting. It seems as if I'm playing some sick sort of hide-and-seek with my passport which has my visa and is, of course, a travel essential. C'est la vie. Tonight I will tear my room (and the rest of the house) apart in hopes that I may find it without needing to go to Philly for an expedited passport and a just-wing-it attitude towards what will lie ahead. Well played study abroad, well ...
... very lucky, as their house sits high, and suffered no damage to speak of. Many homes are still unoccupied, many are red tagged and will have to be leveled. Rick said FEMA and the other agencies worked extremely well with residents here. It was 3 weeks after the storm before they were allowed to go into their house. A curfew was strictly enforced until the ...
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35/2 Lenina Street, Yalta | 4 star hotelfrom $165
10 Roosevelt Street, Yalta | 3 star hotelfrom $79
46 Drazhinsky St., Yalta | 2 star hotelfrom $46
Primorskiy Park, Yalta | 4 star hotelfrom $118
Primorsky Park 4, Yalta | Hotelfrom $146
23 Rudanskogo St., Yalta | Hotelfrom $118
2 Krasnova Street, Yalta | 5 star hotelfrom $280