Suburban Extended Stay Hotel of Greensboro - W. Wendover
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... than one! We worked every American connection we could find and we finally arranged housing in Malabo with a community organization with programs in education and healthcare. They have promised to help us visit the schools they work with & they're even picking us up from the airport! We'll stay in Malabo for 3 weeks. If we are allowed, we will take short trips outside the city as well.
Then we will travel ...
... topographical circumstances and provide a wealth of variety to Hispanic nations. My students love to learn about how other children live. They enjoy learning about children's routines, food, dance, music, holidays and celebrations. I have had various opportunities through my studies and personal travel to visit many Spanish speaking countries and I certainly find that I am able to more comfortably represent cultural events and aspects which I have personally ...
... at "The Ladybug Project," which organizes
on-the-ground experiences for students and volunteers. After a few weeks
in Malabo, she will embark on a two-week tour throughout Equatorial
Guinea. Roughly the size of Maryland, the country consists of a mainland
section and five islands. Before returning home, she will extend her
layover in Spain and tour Barcelona, Pamplona and Madrid. She will
arrive in Pamplona in time to ...
... very kindly asked us to leave. And so we left. The last ten miles always seem to be the toughest and today was no exception. It was fun though. Two of the girls I met here, Kim and Alicia (first, they're fantastic), do this thing where when were really complaining or tired or struggling, they'll just ask that you say two things your grateful for today. Which I think is a really great way to look at things. So even though today was tiring and so hot, I'm thankful I got my first flat with ...
... and Sam, two of our leaders, and their cheery selves and some good conversation made me feel much better, more alive and awake. We stopped to play on some hay bales before cruising into lunch around mile 40. By this time, I felt a lot better. I made another stop with Taylor, Annie, Lorraine, and Kim (an alumna) for a bathroom break and some scratch ...
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