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... I made this house my home. For the fourth time since moving to Vancouver, I packed up my earthly belongings and drove them across the city with the help of friends, to create a new home. My intent is to be planted here, to grow and develop in this neighborhood, with these people in the house and community. I really can’t express just how thankful I am for this opportunity. Yesterday as I was finishing setting up my room, I almost pinched myself because I was scared ...
... made, we’d fly to Jodhpur and drive to Jaisalmer.
I love train travel so it was hard to
concede, but booking flights were immensely easier. Now I just had to find a driver to take us to Jaisalmer, or maybe we’d take a bus… Since there is 5 of us, hiring a driver seems much more cost effective. Not to mention you also have the ability to stop wherever you want, or leave whenever you want.
After a lot ...
... being in there and knowing
that was our stage, my first professional stage!
We also tried on all of our shoes to make sure they fit, and we got to try on
all of our costumes for the first show we get to open, “Cinematastic”! That was
fun except for the girl’s costumes that I tried on is smaller than me so it
made me feel self-conscious for a hot second but now I am fine. Our belly
dancing costume is by far ...
... of the history of Scotland done by people all across the country. It was fantastic.
Scotland is voting for their independence on Thursday and it's been fun to be here a listen to all the talk about it. So far most of the people we have met are voting yes. After having dinner at the Salisbury Arms pub, the food was wonderful, we pretty much crashed for the ...
... at the waters’ edge, fishing, preening, and guarding their nesting spots. We were also blessed with remarkably sunny weather, given Ketchikan’s reputation for rain, rain and more rain. Yes, it did rain during our boat tour, but only for a short 15-minute window, during which we saw a humpback whale diving right next to the stern of the boat! Our captain was called Captain Rob, and he looked like he had stepped off a US Navy warship from the south Pacific back in 1945 ...