Ramada Red Deer Hotel And Suites
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... the best experiences... Or the night we went to the cemetery at 3 am which turned out not to be scary at all, the scary part was walking home past all the drunk Peruvian men at 3 am.
I will never ever forget how much I cried when I left Palca that morning, and the people who were there to say goodbye to me really showed their true colours. I miss them a lot. Travelling to and staying in Lima was so much fun and it was so nice to be together as a group and reminded of ...
... idea about the people in my group. I hope that I have given you a nice little inside look and that maybe now you can imagine what its like spending every single day with these people. (it's not as awful as it sounds, I swear.) Tomorrow I will make a post about some of the lovely non group members I have come across in these travels because they are also wonderful and I want you guys to know about them. I hope that everyone is having a happy and safe thanksgiving weekend. Take care!
... is certainly bittersweet as well, because sometimes I feel like I should be sadder when I say goodbye, but I suppose that its just a part of growing up. Saying goodbye to the group in December will probably be one of the hardest things I have done in my life so far, but I will be seeing everyone again. Daniela and I are planning on booking our tickets back to peru near hte beginning of November, so in December when the Peruvians go home, we will be able to ...
... to meet Bek's family friends Josh and Candice, their two kids Chayse and Riley and Josh's parents who are over from Australia Lynne and Joe. They have been extremely accommodating these last few days which has allowed us some R&R and prepared us for the next big journey across to Winnipeg. Whilst is Red Deer I had my first Alberta steak (amazing) and my first Ho-down which was ...
And to finish off, let me share with you some interesting things about the country of Ghana!
1. It was the first African country to gain independence from the Brits! March 6, 1957! (We'll be there for the party) Ghana is very politically stable.
2. Ghana is the home country of the former UN Security-General Kofi Annan
3. The official language is English (as a result of their former colonial status) but a majority ...