DUO Hotel Boutique
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
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... I hope you all have something fabulous planned for your Christmas celebrations. I'll be missing everyone unbelievable amounts. I have a day of relaxation, city wandering and beautiful sea food ahead of me followed by films and a little treat of Champers in the evening. I'll be thinking of you all. Lots of love and Merry Christmas ...
... the next. We were slightly shocked and just stood in the same spot for a while near we we thought batteries would be sold. Eventually one of the shop assistants stopped long enough in front of me for us to put a lost expresson on our face and ask for batteries in a very bad Spanish accent. In no time we had been served, found the right battery and then we were being ushered to the cashier to pay then to the pick up line where there was much of a queue system, more it was just ...
... week. Obviously I hadn't been to Rio in five weeks, so it seems my card was skimmed somewhere along the line. Luckily the bank were vigilant and flagged the transactions, with Brazil being one of the biggest countries for that kind of crime. I think they didn't work because they didn't have the PIN number. They had tried to get over €400 altogether. The bank allowed me to make one more withdrawal before they had to cancel my card, so my cash was ...
... we can make so much happen, and we certainly invest much in the attempt to control our destinies. And yet, if we are honest, we feel as though it ought somehow to have added up to - more than this. Meanwhile, around us we can scarcely fail to see the evident global degradation and destruction of what we now call 'the environment', but which is nothing less than the living world; the breaking up of complex, close-knit communities, and their ways of ...
I was not sure what to make of Lima when we first arrived. The city is extremely spread out with a diverse range of suburbs, from the weaves huts on the outskirts to the brick shacks, to the high-rise apartments and everything in between. The sky was grey and thick, it did not look great. Having come off a long bus with crying kids, no leg room and another attempt at stealing our stuff, I guess I wasn't in the best frame of mind to fairly judge the city. Wit was ...