Super 8 Griffin
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... No luggage, no pants -.-, no toiletries and I smell disgusting... But still a huge smile on my face :D We met the in country volunteers and I can say without a doubt, they are the most amazing people I've ever met - #cliche coming up but these people are friends for life! The food situation - Urm... I guess I'll get used to it... After a long day of training and serious amount of spanish speaking... We were then asked to ...
... had the biggest stack of waffles and bacon for breakfast - Americans portions are definitely different to England - like I've probably eaten my body weight in three days of being here! To say I've been to the largest airport in the world is pretty sweet too!! A fast food chain called 'Villa Pizza' was where I decided to have some tea... Usually I can demolish a large pizza and cheesy chips back at ...
... After all the changes, delays, cancellations and everything else that's happened in the past 48 hours, our luggage has been re routed and not actually been on our planes... I smell god awful after 2 days in the same clothes... I dread to think the smell after 3 months! Right now I'm laid in my huge hotel room bed, next to my roomie, Anna - and we are absolutely howling about the experiences we've had in 48 hours! I've had two of the best days ever ...
So after escaping a marginal park in western Arkansas, we hit Route 40 with a vengeance and kept the pedal to the medal, all the way across this gloomy state (no offense Clintons). The interstate route are a study in contradictions; they're easy to drive because of the generally wide lanes and smooth surfaces, and nail-bitingly oppressive with all the trucks with aggressive drivers. Wow, you have to pay attention all the time, or KABOOM, ...
Last full day, before my dad
and I wave our hands and yell, "Du-Bye!"
(Home City to Atlanta to Dubai)
In September the travel bug
bit us! Uncertain of our destination and metaphorically diagnosed with travel
fever! My dad and I would look up random places in the world and dream about which
one would be the most rewarding experience for us.
This whole adventure was lit on fire, with a sincere