Fairview Inn and Suites
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... and is quite pretty. There's a hiking trail of about a mile, but it was partly flooded and very mosquito-y, plus it was 90 degrees out, with rank humidity, so I turned around after a few minutes.
Back at the hotel, I enjoyed a little drinkie in the lounge (ducks had already returned home), where there was live piano music (mostly playing showtunes). It was pleasant.
... found out from the ones I did meet that they have some favorite sayings. I think I wrote about them once before, but will re-cap here.
One of the things a Thai will say is "Up to You". They use it when you ask their opinion on where to go or where to eat or things like that. They want the foreigner to make the decisions. Also, if you like a certain shirt, or activity, or movie, or song, or agree on something, they will say "same, same" , meaning they agree. All ...
... ACTE put it very well "It is all about RESPECT". I have harped a lot about networking so I won't go into too much detail, but it is important. Knowing who to talk to in a critical moment can be crucial. Overall, I would say that I feel like I have learned quite a lot. I have learned about the industry, culture, history, and even myself. If this was all in just the first leg, I can't wait to see what the next leg has to offer. Until ...
... easier than I thought (it must be driven by excitement). I have been moving out of my current apartment, all while packing for this trip. In between all this packing and moving, I have tried to spend as much time as possible with my friends, family, and loved ones.
I cannot wait for what this adventure has in store, and cannot wait to meet and work with the Supplier Relations Team.
This is all for now, but I will updates soon as I land!
... the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. Now, I am headed back to Paragould and Batesville in Arkansas to say goodbye to the family and complete packing and doing last minute things needed for my trip. I go to Paragould first. It's good to see Danny and Trinity (his poodle) again. The next few days Danny and I do a lot of running around together, mostly it's him taking me to run errands. Danny has ...