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Ever since I can remember I've loved traveling. Whether it be watching "The Amazing Race", going on week long family vacations, short weekend getaways, or the once in a lifetime chance of meeting my family across the world, I've reveled the opportunity to see new places and gain invaluable life experience by doing so.
I'm going abroad because after a year at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign I'm beginning to really realize how global ...
... to Detroit! Once we arrived in Detroit and had to turn off their movies they instantly fell asleep and were almost in a coma. We pep talked them to stay awake enough to walk through customs and to our connecting gate. We all slept on the way to Bloomington where, thank God, our limo was waiting for us when we landed.
It was a quick one ...
... d be fine with us standing outside, as long as we didn't hand out literature. So we drove to Paris, signed the release form they had for us, and stood outside.
Since we don't have any promo material yet, I improvised a large cardboard sign to draw attention...it turned out pretty decently, but we're looking forward to getting some official KM swag to help promote the shows.
Surprisingly (well, at least for us), the ...
... a circus had come through, but wished us well and said that she'd keep us in her prayers.
Still not getting over the sticker shock of gas. Maybe if we fill it $30 at a time we can fool ourselves into thinking it's not THAT expensive? ;)
Pulled off the highway at one point to see about getting gas and maybe finding a laundromat...ended up heading further into a town than I felt comfortable doing. I realized that as comfortable as I ...
... the semester abroad there.
I had never been to Africa before, nor had I ever spent the night in a developing country.
But at the time, I needed a job, and it sounded interesting. So why not?
People I'll probably mention a few times in my posts include Patricia, the program coordinator who traveled over with me, ...