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... liquids and netbook staying in my hand luggage. This I like!
So with only one leg of my flights in my requested window seat, I walk down the aisle to find a man sitting in my window seat. I inquire whether he is in the correct row. He is. He notes that he has 21B. Somehow, even though he is there before me and I try to hurry on so I can use the overhead bins (and therefore he probably is a frequent air traveler), he is unaware that ...
... is familiar. No matter what happens, I know where I am and what to do. And I know basically that nothing is going to happen. That is all pre-conceptual. It's nice to feel safe. Yet I love the exploration, love it. From the times I traveled Central America and South America by myself in my 20's, I will never get this out of my system. It's in my core.
... maintain a SoA blog site detailing the progress. She also will have opportunities to travel to other parts of India.
We wish Erin a very successful and interesting visit!"
You can also find it on my school's website: http://www.arch.rpi.edu/2013/11/2014-in dia-browns-fellowship-winner/
I will be blogging, again, while I am there. It will be called "India Brown's Fellowship," so do not forget to check it out!
It's around 7 am and I have been kind of awake since 1:30 am when I woke up at the Yerevan airport. I found a nice little spot there behind the restaurant/cafe counter where they had two love seats facing one another and two little tables between them. I put my food supplies on one of the tables, my bags behind the end of the love seat and stretched out/curled up on the love seat to snatch a few hours sleep. I set my cell phone alarm but woke up ahead ...
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Paula King-Foullie Very yummy!!
22 September near Niskayuna, ...