Hacienda La Carriona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... reflexes. I couldn't tell if it was playing or an aggressive gesture. I assumed it was playing but I always backed off anyway. Just in case.
We had lunch in that bay, some sort of fried rice. Delicious! We then took a quick trip to a nearby beach (on a different island, I don't know which one). Was beautiful, right out of a travel magazine. Except for the large flies. They reminded me ...
... He gave me the slip and printed a color copy of my passport. Apparently Kyle got a package and they wouldn't accept the passport ID card CJ had made for us. I'll have to go tomorrow to pick it up.
Started my Spanish homework while I proctored the class I covered for a coworker. Had some issues with the CD player. Thankfully a few other teachers were willing to poke their heads in while I ...
... is moved earlier in the day but I'm not holding my breath. At least Karissa and I can walk home together. At 2000 hours it's already dark and walking alone is a bad idea. Even with the two of us, it isn't necessarily the best idea but I refuse to take a taxi home every night after work.
Also turns out that I'm eligible to take free language classes (Spanish, Mandarin and French) while I'm teaching at CEC. ...
... is son-in-law, nuera is daughter-in-law 2. De donde eres? Where are you from? Yo soy de estados unidos. Cual es tu profesion? 3.Cuantos anos tienes? I learned many numbers. Then I learned many verbs. This is when my head started to explode. Also, Vincent must have eaten something bad because he spent a lot of time in the bano. He had me conjugating verbs during that time. Then it was lunch time. I didn't have enough time ...
... into the hated Bing search box hidden in a small corner of the Hilton page. This is in sharp contrast to the many other small hotels at which we stayed where there was a choice of browser and full Windows Explorer facilities.
Around teatime we walked down to the Old Town again and went to Mass at the small chapel at the rear of the huge Jesuit church. At this time of the day - 6:00pm - the streets were once again full of neatly uniformed ...