Travel Blogs from Willington
... Credits transfer back to U Conn. Aces program Come in undecided allows for flexibility. 1/3 of freshman come in undecided. Admissions nuggets: Trying to increase enrollment by 1/3. 40-50% accept rate. 95% job placement rate from engineering last year. 1.5 billion dollars over the next three years to support STEM programs for research and learning. 3.4-3.7 ...
... minute planned and rush rush rush around. Our itinerary is pretty booked, but there is some flexibility. Plus, you don't really understand the proximity of things before you get there so it's hard to plan for every single minute. I like to plan, but also to be open to the moment. All my mother and Cynthia have to do is show up. I have done it ALL!
Busy days preceding the trip. I am having a problem with my foot. Had to drive ...
... at 8 am. Early flights (or early anythings) are not my thing.
So in the last month before trip the tasks are:
- Get some good walking shoes
- New lightweight jacket
- An emergency cellphone/iPad charger
- Start making packing list.
- Book the side trips and timed-entry tickets
- Finalize our itinerary
- Get house into shape as much as possible so I don't come back to a total hovel.
We got up as planned at 3:15 am to be sure to get to the airport in time for our 5:15 flight! It was very cold - 2 degrees - wow, can't wait to feel the 90 degrees in Aruba.
We're leaving 10" of snow that came down Wednesday so it's truly a winter ...
... AHH! Well, I will be posting to this blog ALL throughout my voyage SO PLEASE FOLLOW ALONG and read my experiences! This blog is hooked to my e-mail so I will have no restrictions of posting to it on the ship. The best way to contact me will be through my SAS email: email@example.com rg I officially have ONE WEEK, so try and visit me before I leave! Fearless and Fearfully, Elle-J ...