La Quinta Inn & Suites Locust Grove
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So anticlimactic! So weird. Once again I pack..! Had dinner with my parents. They took away half of my luggage since I'm flying to Philly tomorrow!! Was so nice to see them :D Helped pack the office and gave my parting speech to the students... Currently waiting for the slideshow to play and I head to the airport at ...
... ocean ecology and sustainability, but they were pretty buried under all the showmanship. I think it'd be nice for kids to experience ecotourism. Like how my mom and I saw dolphins in the wild in Honduras. We were (hopefully) contributing to the local businesses and sustainability rather than supporting the captivity and possible cruel treatments of marine animals. I remember people at the ashram did quite a bit of research before choosing an elephant ...
... felt. Ok, people. Then the leader further expounded upon how wonderful pranic healing is, how "scientific"... I'm sorry but I just feel resistant when people use flowery language and then add that things are scientific. But I stayed positive and open-minded and participated in the bonus meditation sincerely. Again, I felt concentrated, but I wasn't like tripping from my own brain chemicals nor did I want to. It was a sort of a visualization ...
I always thought blogging was so basic. Basic, for what it means in this context and sentence, is a word I learned, like, four days ago. Courtney explained it to me.
Courtney: Katy Perry is basic.
Ali: But I love Katy Perry.
Courtney: I do too, but she's basic.
Ali: Is Beyoncé basic?
Courtney: No, Beyoncé is everything; she is never basic.
And based on that conversation, I think I got it. Basic, I think, just ...
... industrial. Gdansk shipyard is no longer in use but is of historical significance because of the labor uprising in 1980 lead by Lech Wallensa. Our tour guide Elizabeth was extraordinary. She was nonstop in her explanations of the sites we were passing and visiting. We passed through Gdynia, Sobort(the resort city), and stopped in the old city of Gdansk. Gdansk was almost totally decimated in WWII. This was the siege that began WWII. After the war the Russians rebuilt the city to ...