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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... factor was out of control.
I did miss the bathrooms however. I wasn't much a fan of the 'bum gun' and the lack of toilet paper or the squat toilets. That was definitely the hardest adjustment for me over there. Other than that, it was the best kind of adventure. I never thought I would make a plan to travel for that long, put it all together and actually execute it. I'm dreaming of where to go next, maybe South America, or ...
... chuckle. On our last day in Sturgis after a nice ride we were headed back to the hotel and I noticed a sign along the side of the road. There was a bar that had a sign out front that showed "riders and fender fluff welcome". Well needless to say that got my dander up! It still works me up thinking about somebody putting that on the sign. I told Shane about it when we ...
... say do it and don't look back! It's made me believe that anything I put my mind to is possible, you just have to believe it. (that was so cheesy)
I can't wait to keep on traveling. I want to do more of Asia but also South America, Europe, North America. This was just the first chapter of many in my book called Dear Bev.
Keep Smiling and Cheers,
... oriented. The campus is quite beautiful with many old buildings mixed in with the newer architectures. Zachary felt good about the school - but thought it might be too liberal arts oriented - he also felt it was similar to Tufts. He felt the campus was on the smaller ...
... we could hunt a hairdresser. Luckily there was one nearby so Subash got his locks cut while I entertained Sruti. We headed back home on the hopes to do homework, and the hopes of Subash getting some blog updates done. However I had forgotten that an attention span of a 5 year old was shorter and I could see Sruti was getting distracted and restless. So I gave her a two minute time out where we talked about what we would do after her homework was ...