Red Roof Inn Washington, DC - Lanham
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... ages (last time was Guatemala). The guy taking the class is new but he is a smiley guy. I am having a great time forgetting I was exercising. I look over at Jem and she is so concentrated so naturally I sit there poking at her and laughing.
Jem has cooked chicken curry and Aunty has cooked tinola tonight. So I have two dinners. Aunty's tinola was so good. After I eat there (Hinesh has already eaten with the family), we walk over to Jem's to hangout and I have dinner number ...
... we ever reach a point when we know we've spent all the time we need with someone or doing something we love? When we lose someone and we catch ourselves saying, "Oh, if I only had one more day!" would we really be satisfied with just one more day? Human beings are naturally selfish creatures - could we be satisfied with just one more day? Or one month? One year?
Maybe that is why our time has to be finite, because we could never ...
... me I had sauce everywhere (awkwardly from other tables as I was sitting with Mr. Dehning) my thought was, WHY remove the sauce from my face if I am just going to get more there on the next bite..?
Might as well wait til the end?! They were set loose to peruse the American History museum together and Craig and I explored together.
We are SOOOO incredibly lucky to be on this trip with Mr. Dehning. His knowledge of American history ...
Kayla: We woke up to sun so we went to zoo. We saw all the animals. My favorite part of the zoo was the otters. They keep swimming back and forward. They also looked like they were playing.
Laura: Today we went to the zoo. We saw a panda in the tree. We saw speckled bears. They were twins. One was a girl named Nicole and the other twin was a boy named Kurt. It was not rainy - it was a little chilly but the sun was out.
... the online social networks to contend with. If we have any fear of loneliness or insecurities about ourselves, solo traveling is the means for us to face both.
When on our own we fly out to a city or hike up mountains, the anonymity of our existence increases and we are left to our own devices to endure the feeling of aloneness. In that predicament, we are left with two options, either we wither and ...