The Walper Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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. ...
... come up with easy comforts from home to bring with me (if you have a suggestion, let me know!). I am putting in the final steps and it is simultaneously a little scary but getting me so extremely ecstatic. It definitely has not set in that in just over two weeks I will be standing on a dusty airstrip in the middle of the tundra. But, I am sure that when it finally hits me, you will all be the first to know.
I hope to see you all one last time before the big day. If not, tabbauvutit! ...
... which my sister or I would shiveringly shovel coal into a scuttle destined to feed the living-room fire. The back section contained a workshop complete with a long wooden bench and assorted tools. It was where I stored my prized 125 cc Yamaha and also where mum kept the foul smelling bins of green tripe (paunch) that provided tasty treats for her Championship winning kennel of Bassets, Borzois and Irish Wolfhounds.
The electricity from the old garage was extended for ...
... shrubs, bushes and blooms have filled out nicely. Exiting the vehicle I draw a deep lungful of sweet, clean air into my lungs. Puslinch air is good. They don’t make it like that in Taiwan.
Depending on the time and how tired we all feel, we may have something to eat, chat or simply call it a day and head for bed. Hugs and kisses.
‘Glad you’re home’
Thomas Wolfe famously opined that ...
... to see how and where others live. Our world lenses have been widened and for this we are thankful. All the time away helped us to appreciate where we live and how we live. We are so safe and blessed here. The bottom line is that, we love home, and absence really does make the heart grow fonder.
If you have the oppurtunity to do anything similar or take some time away, ...