Norwalk Inn and Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a safari and a to-be-determined post-H4H location.
I think I have FINALLY solved my blogging issues from the last two trips and should be able to more reliably blog on this trip. If you want updates when I post entries there is some mechanism to sign up on this site, somewhere, somehow.
... and then we sent everyone off to get ready for the long day of travel tomorrow. Now I'm faced with the challenge of fitting my life into one hiking backpack. Although I have accomplished this before, it is always a challenge, especially when you have to take that one comfort from home out of the bag to make room for everything else.
Sleep tight, our world traveling team, and we'll see you all bright and early tomorrow!
... Our group of eight includes me, Lola, Zaza, Tombi, Uncle Dwight, Auntie LaLa, cousin Shyvon and YaYa. We left this morning, June 21, to fly to Chicago on American Airlines in order to connect to our Asiana flight to Saigon by way of Seoul, Korea. We will be traveling for 28 hours before we check into our first hotel, the Park Hyatt Saigon. ...
... it is where we must begin this little adventure. We will be spending four days at the college working with our student volunteers training them for the volunteer work they will be doing abroad.
It is amazing that the trip will begin in one week and needless to say I am not quite ready. There is so much still to get done and I haven't even started! Ah! A few years ago this would've derailed ...
... water, stolen, etc) I don't want to worry about fixing it when I get back. I want my travel tech to be separate from my back-home tech.
* It has to be light. I'm always packed to the brim (too much soapstone!) and extra weight is not acceptable.
* I'd like to be able to read ebooks on it. I borrowed a kindle in Africa and
loved it. It was a great way to decompress without having to lug bulky and weighty books around.