Travel Blogs from Selma
... mind going to a country with such strict rules and regulations where I will obviously not fit in. The people who know me best will simply say "Hey... would you expect anything different from Elaina."
Either way the answer to that riveting and complex question as to why I was the chosen one... hire me and find out :) HAHAHAHA
I will post again soon!!!
We started our trip to the beach Friday afternoon. I came home from work a little early, finished packing our stuff, and we left out as soon as Pete got home and could change out of his work clothes. We first dropped Bella off with our dog sitter, Beth. Bella waltzed right into her living room, attacked a toy, and almost paid no attention ...
... about Saudi, you won't. If you think this will inspire you to travel to the Middle East, it probably will not. What I hope anyone who reads this gains is a new perspective on what someones life was and what it has the potential to be.
Let me paint a quick picture for you:
I'm 23 years old. I've traveled to Qatar, South Korea, ...
... cashier who helped me out a great deal. ( I hope you have a great time at your sons wedding in the Cayman Islands, Bill!) After all this hoopla we paid officer Dean and went to tour the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. It was a beautiful campus and the area is good if you are searching for quaint college town and not so much hustle or bustle, or no hustle or bustle at all. haha Overall a lovely day in a lovely place.
Until the next time,
M and E
We awoke sore this morning from another night on a hard bed. We are up early to catch the sunrise and have a early morning walk on the beach. Breakfast was served on our balcony another day of cereal but the views are much better than home. We plan to hang out at the hotel until we have to leave at 11. We drove down the Ocean Blvd in North Myrtle Beach and did some exploring then headed to Cracker Barrel for some lunch before heading north to Raleigh NC. The drive ...