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... you things like extra towels, drinks, etc and also gets you the upgraded buffet which includes things like shrimp and steak. It was another great day weather wise, I couldn't ask for better weather than what we had. It's nice to just kick back and relax for a change and feel like you don't have a care in the world, especially when the cruise was going to be over in two more days....BOOOO!!!
And again, we were the only ship in port :)
I figure this is as good a time and place as any for a shameless plug to HBS (www.hbslimbe.org), so if any of you are feeling particularly philanthropic or want to donate for whatever reason I strongly urge you to consider looking into HBS. The services they've provided the Limbe area since they were founded in the 1950's are truly outstanding, and I'm certain that they will continue to do amazing things for the community (which I hope to be a ...
... unprecedented. Thanks to President Clinton to “put thought leadership into action,” a remarkable visionary, our UN Special Envoy for Haiti, and his staff for their diligent and dogged persistence to build broad, contemporary infrastructure, future jobs and a sustainable future to the proud people of Haiti, a country so closely linked to our own history in the United States. I hope you will have the chance to visit one day ...and see for yourself! ...
... gold medal soccer match that morning. While climbing up I sure couldn't have imagined that it would get any hotter, but of course once we got out of the trees and into the sun it felt like a sauna at by 8 o'clock. There are multiple trails up and down the mountain that locals use to bring cows up and down, get to their corn and other fields, and travel to and from stations where they burn wood into charcoal, so we were forced to bushwhack a few ...
... use to make charcoal. I think I mentioned this earlier, but the way this is done is by creating a long rectangular pile of wood about 4 feet high, covering it with banana leaves, covering that with a thick layer of mud with a small air hole at one end, and letting the whole thing burn for about 3 days. Luckily they had a batch in progress so I included a picture for you all. We then climbed up and over the small hill, pausing at the top so I could take ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service