Hotel El Convento
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Leon
Time flies when your having fun! I realize I missed an update last week and I have no excuse except I was at the beach and just didn't feel like being on my computer! Before I left to the beach I spent one week in the city of students, Leon. They call it the city of students because there are so many universities there. And I was able to visit about six of them. Not because I was particularly interested in seeing the schools but ...
... independent sisters named Rachel and Corrina. They are both from California and are super hospitable. They invited us to have dinner with them on Friday evening. At dinner I was able to meet Caleb Williams' fiancÚ Fanny. Fanny is from Leon and they plan on continuing to serve in Leon English after they are married are February.
Leon has a fruitful territory. There are nine Kingdom Halls here and over twenty ...
... after but whatever. We then got a taxi back to the hotel because we had no idea where we were. Once we got to the hotel we booked our volcano boarding and then went back to bed. It is soooo humid here. The sun isn't even shining, it's just so hot. So the heat just drains us and we want to just hide away in the room, even though its still hot in here. I had a nap while Anthony watched his YouTube videos again. We then decided it was time to eat again. We went ...
... was the standard meal, but
some people tried other foods. One of our trip leaders stood at the front of
the line and helped us order our food. After lunch, we went back to the hostel
and reviewed the rules of the trip, which were divided into three categories:
Respect, Health and Safety, and Ambassadorship. We also filled out a survey
that asked us what we hoped to achieve on this trip. Then, as soon as we ...
... difficult as I was often slapped in the face by a rogue sleeve as I attempted to dress.
Eventually we began our descent. This was less fun than expected. In part it was due to rushing just to get off the volcano, but the visibility was so bad I was reluctant to pick up a lot of speed, as it'd meaning just hurtling down the side with no idea what you were hurtling towards. The board also had a tendancy to veer left or right, so a lot of foot corrections ...