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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... other (and myself), while the players fought out what seemed like not the worst Final ever, but certainly not that exciting. Being near the equator and by the sea, weather changes quickly and as the match entered the second half of extra time a torrential downpour soaked everybody to a man. It felt like a wet Glastonbury, only without the mud and a whole lot warmer. Spirits were most definitely not dampened and when Mario Goetze rifled home the winner the ...
... quid at the end, it's a good way to see a new city and you learn a few things. I must stress this was not one of those tours.
We met outside the hostel with about 50 other of Pedro's victims. The collection of Americans, Indians, us lot and a few random Aussies set off down the hill as Pedro minced ahead with Steph taking a few photos. As we were going into Salvador's deep and dark side we were advised to not bring any cameras and only a little bit of ...
... and those in the recovery area were constantly monitored. This
meant on our first day we spayed 15 cats, one of which also needed the tip of
her tail amputating, castrated 3 male cats and ended the day with a ***** spay
which turned out to have a pyometra. An eventful but successful start!
The protocol for dogs started with an initial intramuscular injection of Xylazine.
Once asleep an intravenous butterfly catheter was placed so a combination ...
... 8217;s show so they wouldn’t let anyone in until they’d finished. Eventually the doors opened and everyone poured in en masse in their efforts to procure the best seats. It always amuses Trevor and me how some of the (apparently) doddery old people with walking sticks and/or Zimmer frames suddenly develop prowess like Olympic athletes when it comes to queue-jumping or competing for ...
... the research I had done in preparation for the trip. There in the middle of Salvador, the capital of Bahia, the black state of Brazil, was a real black man standing tall and dignified. "Zumbi was distrustful of the Portuguese. Further, he refused to accept freedom for the people of Palmares while other Africans remained enslaved." This was certainly the highlight of our day and a fitting tribute for African Remembrance ...