Super 8 Rogers Minnesota
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... Instead of feeling like the outsider, I feel an immense connection to everyone around me. That's why being home has been so enjoyable.
While I've been home I've also been reminiscing about study abroad. People ask me the inevitable question: how was it?! So sweet of you to ask, but I have no idea what to tell you. How could I sum up such an experience with one word? I've been resorting to the phrase "life-changing." ...
... a veure abans de marxar.
El dissabte passat vŕrem anar a un partit de Basket de la pre-temporada de la NBA amb els Timberwolves, l'equip de Minneapolis, que jugava contra el Toronto de Canadŕ. Divertit i "típic" amb les Cheerleaders i tota l’animació que fa que el partit gairebé sigui el de menys. L’Ariana juga a Basket també i li va agradar molt. Al Timberwolves hi juga en Ricky Rubio, del ...
... We chatted about the rock band he was in, a bit about the awesome Game of Thrones show, and our travels. My dad and I got a quick bite to eat in the busy Toronto airport after passing customs and while waiting for our flight to Minneapolis, U-S-A!
It's always a nice feeling coming back to Minnesota. I spent about 12 years living and growing up here. Minnesota or the Land of 10,000 lakes will always have a piece ...
WED: Stayed awake most of the night waiting for the alarm to go off at 6am. Still raining, but cleared as we left. The tailwind which whipped us from Chiacgo to La Guardia in no time at all is now a Big headwind and made the bumpy flight much longer than before. Great views of Lake Michigan coming in to Chicago. Time for lunch then on our way to Minneapolis. We are falling about laughing in Minneapolis airport cos everyone says ooooh yes and youuuu betcha. ...
... it is. Long, hard hours of exercise, no privacy, sleep deprivation. It breaks down your walls, your ego. Then you bond together against a common enemy: the drill sergeant. In the end, you’re a team.
Or maybe not. It’s not like I’ve ever been in the military.
It’s my first night in a tent. Julie pitches the tent in the yard at the cabin. I’m the first one in. I’m nervous. Up North, it’s pitch black outside, unlike ...