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... I was supposed to have my first class on Friday which ended up being a no show so that was extremely disappointing. I have met most of the students that I am going to be teaching and will be thrown into the deep-end next week.
Anyway today was my schools marketing day; free shows in the mall. This meant that my day was drawing pictures and doing activities with the kids. It was a pretty amazing experience as I had a great time with the kids who ...
... amount of honking here and it doesn't every really do anything. - I think that walking is starting to get a bit easier now. We usually average around 7 miles a day. My feet are doing better than I thought and I'm honestly surprising myself with how much I am handling a day. I can't tell if I'm getting used to the walking or my pain tolerance is just increasing haha. - I'm ...
... fact they served us a meal with drinks; and we were in coach on this flight. I wonder why our US carriers can’t extend that type of service. We love to fly on foreign carriers; the customer service is phenomenal all of the time. Rosalind commented on how foreigners must feel when they travel on our carriers with no frills!
Anyway, after landing and claiming our bags (no customs on this flight because it is a domestic flight), we headed ...
... after the US Embassy in Baghdad. I took a timed test run over the weekend to make sure I made it on time for my first day. As it turned out, my commute on Monday morning was 15 minutes faster because the metro runs every 2 minutes or so. I hate to say it, but the Beijing metro is far superior in punctuality and consistency than DC metro, aside from the fact that it's packed like sardines in a can. Anyway, I was hoping to find a posh American oasis in the desert of ...
... wars & it fell into disrepair, until a major overhaul in 1949. There are many pavillions, islands, lakes, bridges, towers & beautiful corridors to enjoy & walk around.
There is loads to see & a huge area to walk around, but is was incredibly busy being the holidays - looking around the edge of the lake and across the bridges, it was like ants running along, except for lots of the ants were tour guides waving big flags hurrying up their group, stopping at ...