The best evidence, however, suggests that "Hoosier" was a term of contempt and opprobrium common in the upland South and used to denote a rustic, a bumpkin, a countryman, a roughneck, a hick or an awkward, uncouth or unskilled fellow.Although the word's derogatory meaning has faded, it can still be heard in its original sense, albeit less frequently than its cousins "Cracker" and "Redneck." From the South "Hoosier" moved north and westward with the people into the Ohio Valley, where it was applied at first to the presumably unsophisticated inhabitants of Southern Indiana.
I took a sled dog ride in Alaska, white water rafting along a river through the jungles of Costa Rica, visited Alcatraz, had an authentic curry in Mumbai, spent a day on a luxury yacht sailing around the Caribbean, snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef, visited the great pyramids in Egypt, been to the lost city of Petra, spent days in Barcelona, Athens, Rome, Kiev, and so much more.
Będąc w rumuńskich Karpatach miałem nieco szczęścia.
Przez swoje towarzyskie usposobienie zagadałem do grupki miejscowych sączących piwo pod sklepem w pewnej górskiej wiosce.
We will delve into the simple, but not easy ways of identifying one's behaviors, negative thought patterns and current blocks.
We will collaboratively establish a clear and concise path to achieving your goals.