The Puli Hotel And Spa
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... same time!) Apparently there is a code amongst people living abroad that I haven’t learned yet. You always ask if people have SEEN the game before announcing the score. It seems to make perfect sense and be totally logical, but I have been surrounded by people who could care LESS for almost two weeks now! To make it even worse, when I got back from lunch and went through the game play by play and realized that we WON, I came into the break room beaming and said that ...
... they have rarely faced before. Ours seem to never end. But Michael is always there to serve. He is the epitome of customer service! So our plans were changed and we were able to accept Vera's invitation.
We said our goodbyes to Jamie's new 6 year old BFF Keegan as they were heading back to the states. And we headed to Watertown.
Our guide, Laura, explained that Watertown was a haven for different religions. We were able to join in with ...
I slept!! I managed to sleep until 630am here and woke up with a mini headache but was happy to be here. We got around and headed down for breakfast. They have a buffet that ranges from traditional Chinese noodles and dumplings to european fare of cheeses and fish. I tried a few things that I could not pronounce or recognize. Marlin warned me that people love to stare. He was not kidding. They are not subtle ...
When I try to talk to Helen about these things, she seems almost unkind. However, I'll chalk it up to cultural differences because I truly don't think that she understands why you would want to keep a child who was not healthy or "perfect." Furthermore, given the fact that some families can only have one child, it places alot of pressure on them to have a child who could continue their family line and can also "be the best." That sentiment is one I ...
... relations or international political relationships and I was taking a 300 level politics class. Two weeks before the end of the semester and I still know nothing about international relations and the infinitely complex politics that define them, but I've somehow gotten by. One of the most challenging thing about this semester has been dealing with a field of study in which I have little interest and know next-to-nothing about. Working through the articles ...