Quality Inn & Suites Southlake
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We depart in 6 days. Flights and hotels are confirmed and we have many ideas of what we want to see and do. We've added stops to Hong Kong and Singapore! Dave will eat his way around the world...just give me coffee in the morning and I'll be good to go! We are looking forward to trying local cuisine in the places we travel to. Brazilian steak houses, croissants, cheese and champagne ...
Well. It's official. I'm am FINALLY going to Sicily! Being able to spend 11 weeks in Sicily is a dream come true and I could not be more excited for it. The reason I will be in Sicily all summer is Camp Adventure, the program I went to Hawaii with last summer. I will be a day camp counselor on an US Navy base there. I will work Monday through Friday with cute little kiddos and then will ...
... through the real town of Woodbury. Evidently its downtown architecture wasn’t good enough for a TV series, but they liked the name more than Senioa. Go figure.
On a beautiful and sunny day we made the pilgrimage to Warm Springs, Georgia. Warm Springs is a destination that is not only historically important for the Minogue family, but an area that made a huge impact on one of our nation’s most important presidents, Franklin Delano ...
... I met some awesome people on the bus and it was nice having continuous company for a while, even if at times it does get a bit intense. It was also good as the bus drivers acted as semi tour guides, giving you information along the way and answering any questions one had.
I'm not going to give you a day to day account of my time in NZ but I will tell you I loved it, so much so I bought an "I <3 NZ" t-shirt, the first "I <3..." t-shirt I have ever ...
... have to be out of the country for a much longer period of time in order to experience something intense like that.
Now you may ask, what did you learn? what do you have to say about your study abroad experience?
Well, goodness. Where to begin?? My biggest struggle was definitely learning the language and having to speak it to the locals and even to friends. It is one thing to learn Spanish, but to speak it and to form logical phrases is ...