Meridian Court Hotel
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... step out and had over our go-passes, which no one checks in the slightest. Then we walk through a gauntlet formed by our suitcases lined up on either side. We must physically touch our own bags to identify them and claim them as our own, another security step.
Then we may board the plane. The flight was not full, most of us had an empty seat next to us. The flight was about 3 ½ hours long, which along with a two-hour time change meant we arrived ...
... the stage! She's a sweetie and a character. She had the staff rolling laughing over something! Kendy, Mike, MJ and Karen are going to the Arusha Safari tomorrow, so they will be missed the next few days. I wanted to do that, but couldn't get 2 other people to sign up. Marek was all for it, but we needed 4. All well, least we still get to go, and it will be a great time!!! 3 days off the bike before we go for 7 straight. Tomorrow ...
... and I will be. He's moved on. I couldn't talk to mom anymore. I took my shower and walked over to Jaime's. I felt like I was in a haze. A haze that I am all too familiar with. I have felt this same heartbreak feeling far too many times since being on this trip. Now I am finally going home and what I prayed for, a coffee, will never happen. He's in love with someone else. I am in love with someone that will never love me in return. How could it all be so wrong? I ...
... There was desert, and next to it there was more desert. But, do not dismiss the desert for its lack of variation, for even the desert has shape and character to catch your lazy eye, as if intermittently raising its fists at the sky in scornful defiance of misjudgement. According to the map we passed Abu Simbel of Upper Egypt, where four colossal statues of Ramsey II stood proudly over an elevated land that I had visited years ago, now ...
... Africa). For all of you fact lovers, that is a round trip between New York City and LA and then back to Chicago!
---We grew accustomed to living in a dome tent and could put it up and take it down in record time.
---We got to know some amazing other travelers.
---We realized many things are relative. Not absolute. Including what we believe we can do, what we think is correct and what we believe is ...