Residence Inn Milpitas Silicon Valley
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... work or on a lunch break. We had Kendeja and Robertsport and the beach off 17th street where we could go surfing, enjoy the sun and a clean beach with blue skies and fresh air and the beautiful local children that were there. Now, Ryan has his little helicopter that he would fly around the apartment...but yes, the propeller broke. He has all of my art supplies...ask him how thrilled he is at that though... haha! He can still watch shows on his computer, and ...
... and he called the next day and told me I was not allowed to return to Liberia for the time being. The whole situation was so surreal...the uncertainty of my husband going back, my not being able to, our benefit concert coming up, and the faces of the people that I love in Liberia floating through my mind...my Young Women, my counselors, Krubo and Gabriel and their new shop, my neighbors...
It continued like that until Ryan arrived from Liberia and then we had our ...
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... friends ever since.
Sherry and I did some more geocaching and went into town and had lunch and did some shopping. We have such a special connection and our talks are so good. We met up with her man, Larry and had dinner together and we even managed another cache and was successful finding it IN THE DARK! I think they'll be continuing it after I'm gone. :-)
Friday, I flew back to San Diego.
September 24, 2012
I've been back in town almost a week and thought to share a few thoughts in summary of the past month.
The gift that travel grants to the traveler is among the most valuable lessons that one can pick up at any point of life, and from any place of destination. The trials and tribulations of self, community, and world are enhanced and exposed during vulnerable cross-cultural attempts ...