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Travel Blogs from San Marcos
... students most are from China and other Asian countries. There around 30 - 40 Australias all up, 3 people from Africa and 1 person from Iraq, so there is a diverse range of international students from all over the world studying here at UT.
Here are some other shots from around campus
... handbooks of checklist, policies, preparation, placement, and Ghana
*set up a video of fundraisin' (see the video above)
*launched a fundraising website and earned $3,998 (for meals, room, transportation, & travel
*purchased airline tickets
*made connections to deaf Ghanians via Skype, videophones, & e-mails
*befriended w/ a hearin' guy from Ohio, who has been ...
San Marcos is a quiet University town settled by mostly German and other European emigrants. The San Marcos River is a great attraction and provides fun and amusement. The headwater springs are popular and on the University grounds. Doug hikes two or three times a year along the river and on the nature trails. Here are some pictures of Charlotte and Adi and also some pictures of a 10 kilometer Volksmarch (hike) from Jan 2012. Enjoy these pictures.
The tour guide pointed out the Moody Theater as we turned onto Willie Nelson Avenue. "That's where Austin City Limits tapes its shows," he said,” but tickets are handed out on a lottery basis, so don’t expect to just walk in the door.”
It’s popular, all right. Did you know that ACL is is the longest-running music program in television history? The only ...
... decided the Texas experience had to include Ribs. She pulled over in a small place called Columbus, TX and we stopped at the BBQ King. The place was full of Deer and Bears heads etc.
We ordered the 'standard' for this place which was ribs and 3 salad/veg. The food was amazing for only about $9 each.....certainly only 2 of these required a day if living her full time.
The owner of the place even walked around to meet the customers and thank them all ...