March 7, 2018 Sloppy, wet, puddles, wind, closed, slip, chill, people, fall, subways, potholes, ice, snowflakes, mud, slush, misery, fluster, bluster, broken. Done.
March 6, 2018 I snored myself awake and turned to see my 3 group leaders laughing at me somewhere near the Delaware border. We left the hotel super early this morning hoping to see as much of NYC before the foot of snow that is expected tomorrow drops on us. First: lunch at Gray's Papaya... Continue Reading →
March 5, 2018 The group leader for my current tour is the high school's administrator and she treats us to lunch every year at the Senate Dining Hall in the Dirksen Office Building. She actually sells it as a field trip experience amongst our country's leadership. Amazing. And so much fun. The bill is usually... Continue Reading →
March 4, 2018 Every year I have this group and I absolutely love them. We always have a wreath laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and one young lady was dressed in her traditional Native Hopi dress. Just gorgeous. She had to get special permission from her Tribal Elders to even step foot... Continue Reading →
March 3, 2018 Turns out my driver never made it to a hotel last night and had to sleep on the bus. All of the Bolt, Vamoose, Megabus and Greyhound busses that left before my transportation options were cancelled, were all stuck there overnight on I-95 and all hotels were taken. So very thankful, as... Continue Reading →
March 2, 2018 Being a Tour Director is just "so glamorous". I just finished up a 3-day TD training for my student company, which went very well, and I had to leave them early to meet a group down in Richmond, VA. The storm was coming in, but I had a 2pm train headed south.... Continue Reading →
February 16, 2018 A day of jetlag and laundry. I woke up at 4 am with a nasty headache, so I took 4 Advil, but it turns out I took for Advil PMs by accident. I didn't wake until 2pm, now feeling hungover and still dehydrated. I'm going back to bed.
February 15, 2018 16,000 miles, 22 hours on planes to get home. Totally worth an amazing month Down Under.
February 14, 2018 Snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef is now checked off my Bucket List! Breathtaking! It took an hour and a half on a high speed catamaran to get out to the platform where we were going to spend the entire day. This platform was just one of many companies out in the... Continue Reading →