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We had another awesome day at Gettysburg. First stop, Culp's Hill. As you drive up to Culp's Hill, there are markers indicating the various positions of the Union Army. I was astounded at how heavily Culp's Hill was defended by the Union. Ultimately, the Union would hold the hill.
The whole of Gettysburg has over 1400 monuments across pastoral hills, dense woods and hilltops, and lush green valleys. It seems too beautiful for a place for ...
... realized when the guard smiled that Beth and I had swapped passports and we had a good laugh. The guard let us through with a laugh and a smile and a "enjoy your trip". Once we got to security we did the usual procedure of take everything out of your pockets, take off your sunglasses and check your jewelry. I was certain I would get additional screening due to just the volume of cords, electronics and gear I had stowed in my ...
... Bahrain. The school week runs Sunday - Thursday, as the Muslim weekend falls on Friday and Saturday. I will be living in a teaching compound near the school in a 2 bedroom apartment (with a roommate - another teacher from the school. I won't find out who my roommate is until I arrive). I don't have any pictures of the apartment to share yet, but I'm told we each have en-suite bathrooms, queen-size beds, a washer ...
A 5 hour layover sounded awful from the start but we were able to pass the time and make the experience as fun as possible.
We ventured over to terminal B and ate a 2 hour Chipotle lunch, and took a power nap ;)
Our flight left at 6:55 so after a few final phone calls we boarded and took off for a 9 hour flight across the ...
... one of the very few people I know who has been to more -- and weirder -- places than I have).
For the past three years, we've been saving money and trying to get into the position where we could take it. By the fall of 2010, we had saved enough to move forward.
At first, we discussed the idea of trying to do the classic "year-long, round-the-world" trip. In fact, we did some serious research into this possibility ...