Super 8 Red Deer City Centre
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... I was that most of them understood English. I'll never forget the late nights I spent in the hotel lobby with Juan trying to learn each others languages, barely understanding each other. Both of us have changed so much since those days and it makes me a little sad, but I also love the people that both of us are now.
I'll never forget the bus ride to Tarma where all they gave us to eat were these disgusting gross sandwiches so I didn't eat and when I got off the bus 8 ...
... supervisor, but when I take his age into account, and his lack of experience, he really is doing a good job. Sometimes I worry that he is working too hard and I want to tell him to take a break, but David is not the kind of person who takes orders from other people.David is amazing in a crisis, always remaining calm and figuring out what to do. He gives amazing advice, I feel like I can talk to him about anything and because he is the same age as me, it doesn't feel like talking ...
... in Palca the morning I left was one of the most emotional experiences of my life. Last night I said goodbye to another person.
Charlie decided that she had done enough, and was ready to go home to Quebec. CWY policy is to send us home within 24 hours of the decision being made, so this morning at 9 am she left Lacombe.. I figure she's at home with her family now. Going home early must have been a very tough decision for Charlie, and I have ...
... br> Plan of the trip:
Day 1 Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Monte Carlo, France.
Day 2 France, UK
Day 3 UK, Ireland
Day 4 Ireland, Northern Ireland, UK
Day 5 UK
Day 6 UK, France, Belgium, Netherlands,
Day 7 Netherlands, Germany, Poland
One week 7300 km 12 countries sounds like fun !!!
It might become two week trip you'll never know!!!
I'll keep you guys updated. Peace
... completed all classes, all assignments, and all exams. The idea of no more TAGS, ENPs or self reflection assignments is rather unfathomable. For those of you who have not had the pleasure of four years of nursing school, don't ask. With that being said, this lovely euphoria I just described is being offset by slaughterhouse of stress trying to get myself packed and organized. I can't lift my backpack, there are too many needles that won't ...