Days Inn High Point/Archdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I'm about to board my flight to Oslo, Norway! I have layovers in Detroit and Amsterdam. The whole thing will be 13 hours or so.. I think on the way back I just have one layover.
Anyway, I'm really excited! I checked in my backpack (it's my dad's actually.. that my brother borrowed and put Nepal and Mt Everest patches on.. not mee), and have a purse with my kindle, phone, and basic toiletries in ...
... flight. We get to leave the house at 5 am tomorrow morning to get to the airport for our 7:45 am flight to Atlanta. The best part about it all is we arrive in Guatemala around 11 am tomorrow, so we only really lose a half day, AND we get the added bonus of seeing the country on the 3 - 4 hour drive to Hope of Life (we would have done that in the dark tonight).
So tomorrow ...
... with a gun!! We didn't argue just smiled politely while dad called him mate!! He wasn't impressed!! When we got here we found a bar to watch the match in then wished we hadn't!! Just chilling now getting ready for Knoxville tomorrow We have sent a pic of our car with me behind the wheel. The car is stationary, this is the closest I have come to driving lol!!! Hope you are all good Love and miss you loads ...
... than one! We worked every American connection we could find and we finally arranged housing in Malabo with a community organization with programs in education and healthcare. They have promised to help us visit the schools they work with & they're even picking us up from the airport! We'll stay in Malabo for 3 weeks. If we are allowed, we will take short trips outside the city as well.
Then we will travel ...
... topographical circumstances and provide a wealth of variety to Hispanic nations. My students love to learn about how other children live. They enjoy learning about children's routines, food, dance, music, holidays and celebrations. I have had various opportunities through my studies and personal travel to visit many Spanish speaking countries and I certainly find that I am able to more comfortably represent cultural events and aspects which I have personally ...