Belleville Inn & Suites
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So we've been home almost two weeks now. It's an unusually cool Fourth of July, even getting to sleep with the windows open. Last night we visited josh at Boy Scout camp - it would have been a great night to stay, but we didn't think far enough ahead and the boys and chickies needed tending.
I'm constantly scheming on how to get back to Costa Rica. I find myself researching something else related to Costa Rica every time I'm near a computer. I've looked ...
... decided we could walk 3 blocks more. Yes, well 3 blocks isn't that far is it? We've walked that and lots more many a time, no problem. By the end of the first block I was starting to feel the cold, by the end of the second block my eyes felt a bit like they were freezing in the sockets and by the time we got to where the Post Office was supposed to be my brain was aching.. even Rodd was feeling it by now. We walked past a few office blocks with workers out in the cold for a quick ...
... us our own on the next trip up. We were on attempt #2 when a man from a full pod next to us motioned his body like he wanted to join our less full pod. I gave him the full court press and held my ground. Sorry, no, I had a freak out so we got a pod to ourselves. (In my head: Please move away from me and my pod) He did not say a word, but turned slowly back and stuffed his bod into his pod with 4 other full grown men.
Honestly this was ...
... was that I went to the top in pod 3 and returned in pod 5 (gotta love those odd numbers). Its 4 minutes to get up and 3 to get down, a little boy in my pod likened it to a roller coaster and i must say it felt very much like that! When we arrived at the top there are tiny windows to look out, oh my goodness, it’s a long way down, have taken some awesome photos, even got one of the Cardinals stadium, they play baseball there you know! Well I ...
... get separated from our luggage.
Every piece of luggage is weighed to make sure we are at our 50 lb limited.... if we would have a few lbs. to spear then we max the luggage with any odds and ends that AVOH need to get to Zambia.
The AFOH team has this luggage thing down to a science. You see.. to freight supplies to Zambia cost $5 per lb.. so 22 people x one 50lb piece luggage = 1100 lb for free shipping. If ...