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... shows that no matter how old you are or how old you think you are you're never too old to learn. Though there will be no food in my fridge since Glenn has been in Newfoundland since last Friday. I hope I remember to drive on the "Correct Side" of the road when I go for groceries later. "Slàinte mhath" [slawn-je vah] Good ...
... was all in Chinese with English as subtitles, so obviously the real McCoy. Howard asked if we could have a table for two. The Chinese lady said, "No, we only have Chinese food here". So I chimed in with, "Can we eat here?". 'Yes", the lady replied. And so we did. Actually it was a very nice meal. I had a noodle dish with lots of fresh crisp veges.
There does seem to be a quite a lot of getting lost in translation. For example, back at our hotel in Seattle, I ...
Taking pictures of outfits prior to packing - this was handy I I don't overpack! I still overpacked a couple if things but for the most part, I stuck to my planned outfits
I had my Dakine rolling carry on bag but I've been having trouble with it getting by carry ok standards. Ever since my first trip with it, I knew it was going to be touchy getting it through the airline boarding cause it ...
... I think I'll wait a bit and see how close my place will be to public transport. I am used to having a car, so I do not know how I will go. To be a car represents freedom. To be able to get in it over a weekend and go for an hour drive and do a hike is wonderful. The ease of getting groceries is also an advantage. However, I have no idea how they drive in the snow, so I might need to investigate that, and the expense of registering and insuring one before I ...
... Rod’s personal story will also be one that burns in our hearts and provides an example for years to come. While still much more processing lies ahead, I know that I have learned so much over the course of this travel study, and I look forward to seeing how I can practically apply what I have learned going forward.
Thanks for coming along on this journey with us to the Dominican Republic!
Until next time,