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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... any photos of the lightening as I don't have the right camera. Pat and Allan had taken their tripods and got some great shots which hopefully I'll be able to 'borrow' in the future :) On our way back to the docks we took a tour through a stilt village called Congo, plenty if locals sitting out on their 'porches' watching Sunday go by. On our way across the expanse of lake the canoe with all the baggage in it broke down, more trouble! Another sad day for me today, Nat ...
Got up at four in the morning again, said goodbye to Audrey and Cyrril and went off to the airport in Barcelona one more time. After checking in, I had once again no idea which my flight was and as delays are regular and there are no displays or announcements, I asked around and found out that the Venezuelans were as confused as I was. Somehow it still works even though the organization is such a big mess. If I would have missed my plane (2 ...
... when you use this phrase. People have been picking up on my Spanish and have been making fun of me. Especially with the Spanish for ok which is "Vale". They think it sounds funny and a joke lasts indefinitely as far as I can tell and never gets old so people that have been taking the **** out of me since I got here are still at it 8 days later just as strong as before.
The food is unique here as well. They like it big and cheesy. I ...
... hungry at some point you will be happy to know that there is a burger king and papa johns in the terminal. And for most of us one of the easiest way to get through a layover is browse the internet, especially for a single traveler like myself. For this, you will have to spot a table where you will find a representative who can give you access to wireless internet. For this all you need to do is show them ...
... charge in Venezuela too can add up. In Chile and Argentina the banks typically charge $4 per transaction. It makes you realize how much North Americans rely on credit and debit cards. We are not a 'cash' society. And, lunch was $44 CDN so $85 transactions won't get you very far.
Later on we went to an area with a nice park and tons of little restaurants and pandarias (bakeries). It was time for ...