Travel Blogs from Jonesboro
... to try and post some thoughts about what I see and perhaps more importantly about how these places impact me. If you read along, don't expect anything too deep. Hopefully I can share with family and friends my experiences as they unfold.
Prayers are appreciated.
... three coach class seats, we were just so relieved to be on the flight, even if they were lovely center seats for the next 81/2 hours!
We all said, "see you in Paris" and settled in our seats scattered among the coach cabin. Thank goodness each seat has their own television screen now days; otherwise, it would have been horrible. It wasn't so bad watching movies all night long. Absolutely loved, "Nebraska"!
... move.Your womanly energy all over. After 10 dances..and 3 hrs with Albano and Malida milonga I am exhausted.Sit down for a bit. Watching people dancing milongad.Slightly envious of the local girls.Not only they are beautiful but they just have this aura of sensuality with them.When they move,their steps are like cat walking..sharp yet quiet.Precise.Elegant...such a joy to watch... They work bloody ******* it but their dance is a joy to watch.I have an urge to clap my hands ...
Thanks to the husband for taking a group picture for us! These are my travel companions/BFF's/security guards. - Rob is the freakishly tall one, and Rhylan is the Euro-trash wannabe in the middle. - During our ridiculously long wait for check-in, we discovered that there was an inordinate amount of screaming children and babies also being ...
... they are not known for food. All we ever heard about is the famine there. This is why travelling or experiencing other cultures for even a short while is interesting to me. I have experienced Ethiopian cuisine in Washington DC many years ago. It was anything but interesting. But I am not discounting it this time, I am about to give it a try again with a fresh pair of eyes. Desta means 'happiness' ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility