Dunning Mills Inn
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Well, I'm heading off to Bangkok and Phnom Penh on Monday, the 17th. Will be first flying east to Abu Dhabi where I plan to hook up with a new American friend, George. He'll be flying into Abu Dhabi from JFK, and then we'll both be sharing the same flight to Bangkok and beyond. Not sure about most of the itinerary yet, but I plan to back in Virginia around the first of ...
... thought to me. Trust is probably the biggest reason also. Whew! It feels good to get that down in writing. It's just that real to me.
When I was younger I had no fear. I snow skied and did a little rock-climbing and my dream was to sky-dive one day. As a little kid I loved to fly. We would fly home to Michigan to see family. I loved the take off, the landing and bouncing on the clouds as I called it. The fear didn't hit me until ...
... waiting for the elevator I saw that I needed to use the stairs so on went the flashlight and down 4 flights of stairs I went.
Downstairs someone offered to loan me their inverter so up stairs to get the laptop but I didn’t think about the fact that the door is electronic so when I came back the door wouldn’t open. Down the stairs back to the front desk to get someone to help ...
... most part, though, I really want to be open to what I encounter and be able to adjust my travels accordingly. Some people have expressed an interest in meeting up with me along the way, which I not only welcome, but encourage. Since I don’t have a firm itinerary, I ask that anyone interested in joining me contact me directly so we can discuss timing and locations.
A final note before I ...
... information session and tour began around 10:30. The admissions officer exuded some personality. We liked that because we feel that the admissions officers who do the presentations are a reflection of the school's personality. Same with the tour guides. Our guide, Kyle was a local Virginian with a sense of humor and he did provide great insights into the school.