InTown Suites Greenville North
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... we went ahead to find Ellan. I was stuggling with some of the steeper parts due to catching a cold and not being able to breathe... so me and Nick took it slow and told Bryan to run ahead to catch up with Ellan since he was overly energized and nobody could keep up... we walked for a good half hour starting to get concerned about Ellan's safety. We figured we should have run in to her by that point. I wasn't worried until Nick started with ...
So I thought I would begin a blog... I'm not sure why, considering I'm not much of a writer or photographer but I thought it might be a way to let you all know what's going on in my life. I plan to create a hand-written travel journal, so this will probably just include pictures from my adventures and short blurbs although we'll have to see what happens :)
... The rain kept me from exploring rest of downtown beyond the Heritage Green museum complex, so I don’t have pictures of Greenville.
One place in Greenville modernity doesn’t raise its head is Bob Jones University, probably the most hardcore uncompromising Fundamentalist Christian institution of higher learning (is that an oxymoron?) in the country. Sometimes described as a small Christian-minded school for small-minded Christians, this is ...
... like visiting home, only 5 and a half hours closer haha.
Any who, I love them. They have the sweetest little apartment in Greenville with their pup Miloh. They have a pool and giant fire pit we would play catchphrase around. We traveled downtown to check out the city over the summer and it was small but lovely. It's always a good time. They have a new fun and friendly neighbor that works with Ryan, Nick. He also has ...
... a boarding pass for our flight, anywhere near our gate. Extra questioning and screening as well as passport photo verification was done before we could enter the area near our gate. At the boarding gate desk, no less than 8 people appear to be checking printed passenger lists against other lists and computer data. It's a strange feeling. You sit in you seat, watching everyone, doing your own screening and profiling. Everyone is suspect until something about their look ...