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Usually, I'm in places where the drivers are trying to get me in their taxi. Today, I have to go on the street and flag down a taxi, and convince him (have not seen any female drivers) that he wants to go where I need to go. It wasn't too tough and I was off with 2 other women and a male; hoping that he understood my destination! He did! I was the last out and the driver actually spoke English because he had lived in the US for ...
... non-stop United flight to San Francisco the next morning. As it happened on the Houston-Tegucigalpa leg, one of us got a complimentary upgrade to first class. M insisted that V should enjoy it on the return leg since she got to ride first class on the onward leg. It turned out that the first class breakfast was meager and V had to sheepishly troop down the aisle of the 737 to request M for the coveted packet of ginger biscuits!
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... did learn about it on the video the previous day. I used my initiative and had to continually purge the vomit out of the regulator to force myself from choking on my own spew. Luckily we all passed with flying colours all being my experience a little green around the gills, the weather continued to deteriorate and we headed in early much to my excitement to hit dry land again. After some paperwork and funny mugshots Jac and myself were declared as ...
... View rooms? Whatever. Bonus!
3. Confirm reversal of superfluous room upgrade cost - check. Copy of AmEx slip provided. Will reconfirm online now I have aforementioned email access.
4. Confirm bottled water on sink is gratis - check. Those two puppies are mine!
5. Confirm exchange rate - check. 12.3:1. Much better than the airport, but decided to shop around anyway.
All demands successfully met. Well done Krystal Grand!!
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... our stay which was spectacular. En route we stopped off to take a cooling swim in a Cenote (a sacred well – Mayans settled villages around these spiritual wells as they believed they were a portal to speak with the gods). The Cenote was like a cave with a big hole in the ceiling. With the sun shining down through the hole the water was so blue and clear. There were hundreds of little black catfish ...