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... For those who are curious, I started this blog for family members and really, anyone else who wants to keep up with me while I go on this European adventure. I hope y'all enjoy reading it and I am sorry in advance if it is somewhat lacking. I will try to update as often as I can but I am kind of a noob at all of this blogging. Wish me luck!
Cheers, tea and crumpets, bits 'n bobs, and all of that poppycock
(My attempt to sign off)
--- Until next time, Kelsea
Day 6Off to San Antonio to visit Evan and Morgan. But first a drive down the coast see the mud flats, birds and sand dunes that are along the drive. Great views of the coast along the bluewater highway. Then headed inland through marshes and then into oil fields and processing plants again. Further in there were smaller 100 acre pastures and they got bigger inland more and the soil was drier and less fertile. Cactuses appeared in ...
... hour traffic. We departed San Antonio, heading east across Texas, not a particularly inspiring landscape - but it reminded us of rural Australia, apart from the occasional oil drill! As we pulled into a town called Gonzales, Jenn found a Best Western Hotel where Chelsea, a young redhead, welcomed us with "Where y'all from?". I think we were her first Aussie visitors! After checking in, we headed out to the "Running M Bar and Grill" as recommended ...
... for every topic we learned came one after the other, so we (300 of us) sat in front of a powerpoint screen from 8am-5pm each day.
Eventually we were split into our platoons (40 or so each) alphabetically. I am in the 5th platoon, and I found out that I won't have any leadership position while I am here (except for maybe in the field). The reason for this is because the medical service officers (70B) are the ...
Something interesting: Our guidebook told us that over 60% of the San Antonio population has some Hispanic heritage. It seems that using the term ´Hispanic´ to describe someone who is Mexican is a bit of a sore point for some people. At El Mercado we came across t-shirts saying I´m Mexican!! Not Latino, Not Hispanic. Apparently, the term Latino describes those with other South American heritage, and the term Hispanic describes those with Spanish ...