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Going through the airport security in Ottawa, I got Special Treatment, which is the full treatment
- which seems to be the norm for me... It is getting so that I think of the special treatment/full treatment going through security is the norm or regular treatment until I notice that almost everyone else is going through security without getting the Special Treatment - Full Treatment...the full body search, the electronic scanner scan of my ...
... of them were incredibly patient despite the lack of sleep and boredom.
Finally at 6.40 we were told to start boarding (the original plane!), the crowd started cheering and applauding in a sarcastic but relieved way, it was one of those moments we were all united in our thoughts and feelings “about time, you muppets!”
Exhausted beyond belief I nearly threw up on the flight to Cuba especially after visiting the toilet where the floor ...
... chocolate spilled but not the whole ice cream because it is in a little plastic cup.
So they argue about it for awhile. And Jen and him finally laugh about it. But she asks me if she said his name loud and I said yes, but you have a loud voice. So then offended, she tells me I have a loud voice because apparently every one looks at us when I am talking in English. Of course, what you expect, I speak English. I told her no one ...
Tecolutla is a isolated beach town located 190 km north of the city of Veracruz along the Gulf of Mexico.
It is located close by Papantla and Poza Rica, cities placed near interchanges of highways that link to Tampico to the north.
Here, you can relax - almost no vehicle traffic, lots of good restaurants, even eat at "Bigotes' Tacos" - in front of the Plaza!!
The most important and growing economic activity here is tourism. The
primary reason ...
... us the ticket which we then paid. ********. (Andrew Edit - why do hotels never tell you these things but hostels always do?)
Our first impressions of Mexico City is that the place is a vast metropolis, obviously being the third largest metropolis in the world after Tokyo and Soeul (source wikipedia) it always was going to be and we got a taste of the scale of things as we descended on the plane. We even got an aerial view of the surrounding ...