The search continues! Drove ALL AROUND San Antonio trying to work out the areas we would look for housing in and the areas to cross off the map. Made some good progress and took a time out to visit the Alamo! Texas heat is incredible! Drove north toward San Marcus and stopped at the outlet stores there while I waited to meet up with Courtney and her family in San Marcus. We all went out to dinner and I felt so welcomed by her Aunt Georgie and Uncle Miles!
Sarah's Journey Journal
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Couldn't resist getting up early to watch the Royal Wedding LIVE! I felt so much more connected to it since I had just visited Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey and seen first hand the preparations being made for the wedding. Got myself pulled together and then set out for the 3.5 hour drive to San Antonio. The sun was shining and I was singing to the radio as I navigated the way. I arrived to the job fair and was shocked to see that of the entire region...
Today was spent getting grounded from so much travel, catching up with my girl, Courtney and preparing for the big job fair tomorrow. I am hoping to find some leads on a teaching job in San Antonio. Needed shoes and a shirt to go with the suit I bought in Scotland, needed a pedicure and to gather my thoughts and resumes together. Went out with Courtney and Kellen for a fun night on the town and off to bed to be well rested for the drive and the interview.
Today I make my way back to the USA. 9am shuttle to the airport in Dublin and a 2pm flight to Chicago O'Hare then a 5 hour layover and another flight to Houston will arrive at midnight. Including time zone changes that's over 21 hours of travel. I am headed to Houston to meet my friend Courtney and take a little road trip over to San Antonio in hopes of finding a job or a house since Kelly and I are moving there this summer for his job. I slept, ate, watched 4 ...
Last Day on the Emerald Isle Booked a HUGE tour for my last day. Early 5:30am breakfast and bus to Belfast in Northern Ireland where we picked up our guide and more passengers. First stop today began with the Carrik-a-Rede rope bridge, a 23M deep and a 20M wide chasm. This bridge was originally used by fishermen for checking their salmon nets. The views are great and it is oh-so sunny! Next stop was the Giant Causeway. These 37,000 basalt columns were sa...