Ramada Plaza Grand Rapids
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Ty and I got home after baseball at 1 am Tucson time.. Isaac is soon getting up and headed over to load 20 min away at 5 am Michigan time.. But there is a catch; gps on his end goes down, truck won't move in drive, no coffee, no food; dads not a happy camper...it is now apparent that mom shouldn't be either.. Lol,. From ...
... and anything else we need to be dapper (fashonable), but no court shoes (heels) we’ll leave those at home. Yes, this is all English...I think we are in for a treat and a great English lesson:-) After a few ales this could really be fun!
For September in Ireland and UK we can expect the temperature to be about 55-65 degrees with light pockets of rain everyday, so having a brolly and mac with you is essential. The ...
After arriving at the airport, checking in, going through security, and waiting to board, my flight was cancelled, altering my entire itinerary. I am now leaving tomorrow afternoon. Luckily for me Laura saved me and I am now in a comfy bed typing this instead of scathing about the worst airport experience ever. :) Hopefully round two will be ...
... So, we will see what the future holds for that.
This service learning opportunity has forever changed me. I thank GOD for the opportunity and Dr. Brew for choosing me. There is no way you can go to another continent and connect with amazing people and not be moved. I also built friendships that will last a lifetime. Especially with my fellow MPHers. I hope I don't forget this feeling. I ...
... Cape Town. I worry for them, I hope for them, and I am proud of each of them. They are inspirations. Through all of the poverty, violence, hatred, and abuse, they rise above it. Most of the community health workers have faced more challenges and hardships in half of their lives then I’m sure I will ever face in my entire life. But yet they still are loving, compassionate, and driven individuals. They want to learn and be better, not for the money, but to help ...