Motel 6 Edgewood
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... samples of Italian ice which was extremely refreshing and delicious. We then decided to stock up on touristy **** from the quay side shops. I got a Maryland crab T-shirt, a shot glass for Mikey as a thank you present, some salt water taffy, a crab magnet and a Baltimore flag sticker. We also popped into a big American sweet shop where saz attempted to buy some Swedish fish sweets for he to try only to be told by the lady that she ...
... for long enough to consider it discarded. The kids were cyclonic in their movements, speedily but aimlessly shuffling along the walls, tables, chairs and floors like those ball-shaped monsters from the Critters movies. Their collective movement was a heavily blurred terror of zig-zags that caused all classroom items not bolted to the wall or floor to bounce around incessantly as if gravity wasn't functioning properly. I had never seen anything like it before in my ...
... me. Its arrivals meant that my Nepali adventure was only one month away from beginning, but also that my Maryland adventure was coming to a definitive close. The things that I've seen and the places I've traversed in the obscure landscapes of this East Coast wonderland are matters for another book entirely, but it is important to understand the last eighteen months of my experience here. I have been incessantly preparing. Preparing for what my ...
... 5 months.
I made some arbitrary rules for myself:
1) I would spend at least 50% of my time WWOOFing (or some variation of that) and no more than 10% of my time paying for housing.
2) I would spend at least 75% of my time in developing countries/areas
3) I would bring no electronics other than a camera
I made a list of all of the countries I can WWOOF in and a list of a few others ...
... History Lesson) - The British had already attacked the US and overrun Washington, DC, burning the capitol. It appeared Baltimore was next. On September 13 and 14, 1814, the British commenced a land and sea attack on Baltimore, intent on taking out Fort McHenry which protected Baltimore. A local lawyer by the name of Francis Scott Key was on a British ship trying to negotiate the exchange of some prisoners of war. On the evening of ...