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... I explained I realized it was a poor choice in Philly even though it was the Wyoming, not Dallas, Cowboys and was on my way to change. After I changed into and ESPN shirt, I walked back through the alley asking "Is this better?" and received approval.
Knowing I had 6 hours of driving and a border crossing in front of me today was a little nerve wracking. If there was one place that I feared derailment of my trip, this was it. ...
... packs, a stroller and Jackson running alongside. My big brother was a superstar that night. Our flight attendants were quite chatty when we boarded and they didn't appear to be in a hurry; meanwhile, the rest of the passengers were seated and buckled up ready to go. We weren't sure they appreciated our late arrival or the pilot's decision to invite Jackson into the cockpit!
In the early hours of the next day, we finally arrived safely ...
... of Canada. I think Mexico might have been a third option, but no, just no. So I chose Canada. Now how to get there. Initially I looked at flights, hella expensive, so next option buses and trains, not viable, third option, drive. So the closest spot was Toronto, passing through Niagara Falls, only thing left to do was convince someone to come with me.
I did just that in the form of a Spaniard named Xavi and his Belgian friend name Sophia. We rented a car and left after ...
... this is a pretty predictable, tourist-friendly itinerary, and truth be told, I am glad. This year has been grueling and exhausting for me, and quite frankly, I can’t even fathom the idea of having energy to chase visas, pop malaria pills and fill prescriptions for the treatment of all kinds of weird and wonderful tropical diseases. No, this year I am completely content to be worrying about which fleece and what pair of Birkenstocks to pack, knowing that I ...
... their decision to leave their home and families to make a new life and provide better opportunities for their children.
Reintegration into life at home also meant finding a balance between basic need fulfilment and the privileged lifestyle that our society offers. I was often struck by the warm smiles, tenacity and positive spirit of those who live on so much less than what we’re accustomed to in the western ...
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