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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Home. I travelled a total of 9285 miles.
This last bit just had to be told of the ending of a perfectly wonderful visit to Scotland.
After being on planes for 11 1/2 hours and the shuttle from SeaTac to Port Townsend, taking two and a half hours, I arrived at the destination where I had left my car and what did I find?
A FLAT TIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
While debating what to do and calling AAA, a very ...
... and throw it in a drawer. You incur no fees as it sits idle. Use the same phone again in three years when you return to Europe.
STAY LOOSE!! that's what trip leader Gail keeps reminding us by email. Italy is the 5th industrialized economy and not a developing country, where Global Volunteers mostly operates, but expectations can bring you down fast in any new culture.
So have no expectations if you can and the internet is soo slooow. I am supposed to be reading the manuals that they sent us, but frankly I am going have ...
... humour was refreshingly dry. When we returned we found Bella in bed watching Jess' iPad . . . our ex-baby-sitter evidently thought this was OK. So it is now Saturday night. Bella has been to gymnastics (a fabulous set-up with beams, rings, parallel bars etc), we've been to the local stables to book us in for some jumping and Jess has worked more magic emptying boxes. Separately, I've been fielding calls from the garage annoyed that I've been thoughtless ...
... glorified swimming pools, except there were more of them and they were hotter, but there wasn't a nice view like there was in Canada. Still though, the hot springs felt amazing after walking and not showering for two days! There was also a swimming pool where Laura could dive, and floats for me to use, which was exciting. We had lunch in the hot springs, and stayed in for about 3 hours, before braving the communal showers and heading back to camp where we could ...