Super 8 Laurel
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... tent. Sleeping in the tent has been pretty tough with the temperatures that we have experienced. It has got pretty stifling in there and there is only just enough room for two plus our bags, so not much sleep many nights – we have all been surviving on roughly 5 hours broken sleep a night and impossible to get cool. Sleeping on a thin foam pad has been the least of our worries really, but the noise from other campers, traffic noise etc has been a factor. ...
... During my study abroad in Jordan, the program seemed
dominated by large groups of International Relations and Poli. Sci.
majors from Georgetown and George Washington who knew one another
already, and it felt difficult to form relationships.
I've also gotten over my concern that I
would be placed with people who were at a much higher level of Arabic
than I. There are 39 of us in the group going to Tangier, and
although we are all somewhere along ...
... them out the back to do their business and then did some planning. Around 7pm we made dinner and then settled in for the evening.
Fri 18th May.
Up early this morning around 7.15am and after some breakfast we got a lift to 7eleven with Janel (another house guest) to get some change and then walked to the bus stop. We caught the bus to the Metro and then caught a train into DC. We got off at the Smithsonian and started our long days worth of walking around ...
... in our room. We had some new roommates. Great!! At the reception they told us we were alone, so we left all our staff spread out and not locked up. But these girls just moved some staff from Nat on another bed and meant. "we were the night before in this bed"! Well first rule in a Hostel " Never move from other People there staff""!! Hmm never mind. We got over it. And we think theres nothing gone! ,) So we chatted instead a bit loud for a while, before we went to bed. (Were so EVIL) ...
... we still didn't sleep! On the back of each seat is your own interactive computer/tv/camera. You can use the remote to watch 100's of movies or flip it over and it's a game controller. But the coolest part was our plane had a camera on the nose, underside, and on the tail. We watched the take-off, flew into the night, and then the sunrise over the Atlantic! Can we say "jet-lagged". We arrived ...