Dale around the world
After graduating in 2007 with a CCPA major and French minor, Dale moved to London to intern in Parliament and experience more international perspective. Each year he strives to visit two international festivals and tackle at least one major adventure. In 2007 he attended Carnivale in Venice and will attend Fiesta de San Fermin (running of the bulls) in Pamplona. For adventure, he chose trekking the West Highland Way (100 miles) in Scotland and the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage (500 miles) in Spain. He plans to continue education and dreams of achieving a Ph.D. from a top university for leadership which would allow him to work in international leadership development.
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The finish line
Arrived in Santiago. After a few grande cervezas, we have settled into
our pension with completed compostelles. Upon reaching the Catedral, we
simply sat in the looming presence of the Apostol de Santiago. No rush,
nowhere to be, nowhere to walk, we just soaked in the finish and spent
the night recapping stories of good, bad and ugly times.
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