Ramada Limited Alpharetta
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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 ...
... watch snooker, and a couple of weeks later to Wembley Stadium to see Man U vs Spurs in the League Cup final. He wasn't kidding when he said he loved sports! We went out with Priya for dinner and he came home one evening to meet mum and dad. Since then we've kept in touch, met up last summer at the Olympics and again when he came to our wedding.
Stan's the kinda guy who manages to pull strings to make things special for others, and our first day ...
... is already boarding, you walk over towards the gangplank area to board. Unfortunately, we had to wait and were put in zones. Just like at airports, you are given a card with a zone number & told to sit and wait for your zone to be called. When the ship is ready for passengers, all special needs board, then VIP (think frequent flyer but instead frequent cruisers), then by zone. We were in zone 2. At this point, I was a nervous wreck. All I could think about was being a bad ...
... I saved money, and am now traveling for 1 year with what I made in 1,5 years. Cost of living in many countries is pretty low, what brings the cost up is organized tours, touristy stuff, transportation.
I've couchsurfed a ton (if I counted right, with 31 different and incredible hosts) and have a big payback to do to the community whenever and wherever I settle somewhere, and also my 2 months of volunteering in Ecuador's jungle kept ...