The Walper Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... they need, and if I happen to already have skills and experience in that specific field then that's just a bonus. I by no means want to be viewed as an educated, Western Woman that is here to help the poor souls of Malawi, that is not why I am going. I have had many people applaud me for my plans for this summer, saying how selfless I am, and how I am going to change the world. The reality is no, I am not going to change their world, they are going to be changing mine. ...
... netball. You focus on the player in your position on the opposing team, and you don't let him catch anything or run anywhere, From watching... you only get 3 attempts to make the distance between the orange flags on the sideline, and after that you have to try kick through the goal posts. Someone please correct us if we are wrong.
After watching... we both REALLY want to play!!! Minor details we need to get around... they don't ...
... and slowly getting everything ready. I only managed to get half-packed as the weather has been absolutely unbearable around here with gross amounts of humidity and having to handle my heaviest sweaters and jimjam sets was seriously putting me off. On the contrary, my suitcase has been serving as TJ's favourite place to sleep - you would think he has enough warmth with all of that hair. I also now have a bug jacket. I will post a photo of it asap as it is so great. I am also ...
... Eagle Creek Pack-It 1/2 Cube #1- Contents
5 short-sleeved/sleeveless tops (light weight, loose-fitting, quick-dry and with some colour)
Eagle Creek Pack-It 1/2 Cube #2 - Contents
1 thin, long-sleeved pullover (black, quick-dry, breathable - SUGOi )
3 3/4 sleeved light shirts - black, prints
1 pair of long pajama bottoms/yoga pants
Eagle Creek Pack-It 1/2 Cube #3 - Contents
3 knee-length skirts ...
... hangs his garden hose. With the oversized, blue polypropylene cover removed, I focus on removing the nuts and bolts that hold the 2 x 4 frame together. It has been suggested that the construction was ‘over-engineered’ but it was designed to protect the dormant beast inside from wayward garden tractors, careless cars and falling satellites.
After the wooden frame walls are removed and stacked to the side of the garage, I draw back the covers and drop ...