Lexington Suites of Jonesboro
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and yellow crops. I think they might be sorghum but am not sure. They grow on tall stalks, with vertical, small clustered grains. In any case, it was lovely against the blue sky, with silver silos nested between. I should have stopped for photos, but my camera just would not have captured it.
I did stop briefly at Lake Poinsett State Park. The lake is a popular ...
... One day when we were leaving a grass hut where we had eaten, he told me to 'close the fan'. He meant 'turn off the fan'. They say 'close the lights', too, when they want to turn off the lights.
When I left, Samnang said to me, "Play facebook with me." Of course, he wanted me to keep in touch with him on facebook.
I didn't meet a lot of local Thais like I did Cambodians. The reason partly is the Thais don't speak as much English, and are not as easy to meet. ...
... had their own culture, challenges, and skills. No one person can go in to a country, or even region, with the same strategy as another. A key term that one must remember is: culturally sensitive. There is a list a mile long of companies that decided to open in another country without modifying strategy and closed quickly. Some are in the travel industry. The important lesson is to know what it takes to do business in each place. Benson ...
I could not be more excited to take off tomorrow morning for Dubai, UAE. It is hard to think that around two months ago, I was interviewing for one of the spots to be in the Management Associate Program at BCD Travel. The weeks have gone by incredibly fast. Just a week ago, I was getting ready for my college graduation... and now I am headed for the most incredible adventure that I have ever been on.
Getting ready over the past 2 weeks has ...
At 4:05 a.m. a person should be sound asleep, not cranking up a truck. Even the chickens didn't get up to see me off. Nevertheless, I am opening the gate that will release me from "the farm cabin". Actually, I regret leaving. I have had a good time here in Cedar Creek, Texas with Ron and Sarah. Even a better time with Ricky and the other goats. Just joking, Ron and Sarah went out of their way for me while I was there. ...