Camino Real Aeropuerto
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Stayed at the Camino Real Aeropuerto, adjacent to Terminal One via an overhead walkway. Not only convenient, but got a good rate (Air Canada uses for short layovers) and a very cool central courtyard around the hotel lobby which goes up 7 floors, so that when you're at the door to your room you can look down to the lobby area. Also, the …
... 8216;slums’ but not really) run up and around the hills that envelop the city on a scale that the famed favelas of Rio could only dream of.
The city itself is incredibly busy with traffic that defies description. There were traffic jams any time we headed out of the Centro Historico – morning, afternoon or night, made no difference. We stayed at a hotel 2 blocks from the Zocalo, the huge ...
... with nuts. Even Hinesh was fighting me over it. Day 2 done.
Day 3: we explore Centro Historico today. I am tired today as I was up late looking for NYC apartments to rent and people kept slamming their door shuts during the night. Nikons in hand we head firstly to Cathedral Metropolitana - the church at the exit of the subway. We also wander around inside and it is a weird layout. Mass was on at the back of the church, where the layout is your usual catholic church, but to the ...
... arrangements to go to the memorial there. Besides that, many sisters invite me to their Bible studies and its great to see their respect for the Bible.
The Memorial invitation Campaign has already yielded some results. A couple of weeks ago, while witnessing from house to house, a man approached us thinking we were Mormons. He was intrigued by the fact that the sister I was with looked foreign and we were speaking English. We had a nice conversation but I ...
... level. And that level is a whole different world. As in many computer-games, I believe even in this life we can score “extra-lives”, to fortify your life-expectancy and give you better opportunities. Collecting extra points would be through building good friendships, treating yourself and others with respect, having fun and being kind, and so on and so forth. Quite simple really.
And when you reach “game over”, is it really just the end ...