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Travel Blogs from Shakopee
... 4:35PM I left on a plane bound for Europe and my next grand adventure. The plan is to live in Europe for the next two years working for Stratasys and exploring all that Europe, the middle east, and Africa have to offer. I'm gonna be busy...
... a home designed for babies and children (up to age 14ish) who are HIV + (and have other conditions). There are currently about 68 children living in this "orphanage." When I visited the orphanage for a few hours back in March most of my time that day was spent with the littlest ones in the orphanage....as well as a couple of older kids that have disabilities so severe that they are not sent to the classroom.
... to build their trust and support. Once this is accomplished I will be able to help the small businesses more successfully. Not only will I be able to help the businesses but I hope to learn from them as well. There are cultural aspects that I will be able to be taught, and want to learn, that will only help me in educating the local business people more successfully.
My strategies for adapting to a new culture with respect to my own cultural background.
... br> turquoise
precious stone, 1560s, replacement from M.Fr. of M.E. turkeis, turtogis
(late 14c.), from O.Fr. turqueise, fem. adj. "Turkish," in pierre
turqueise "Turkish stone," so called because it was first brought to
Europe from Turkestan or some other Turkish dominion (Sinai peninsula,
according to one theory)
... and I take a walk, and we chat with an Australian couple who have been driving around the US in a camper for the last three years.
The lake is choppy. As noon approaches, a woman calls out, “Dramamine, anyone?” We all decline. Last time I had it, I fell asleep. I also have never been seasick after learning how to keep my eyes on the horizon so I figure I don’t need it. The weather has slowed the ferry down and it’s half an hour late.