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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the same house anymore! In fact, their new place that they moved to in October last year is much bigger and nicer! And my cousin Carlos lives here as well, with his wife Sorayda and their son Carlitos, who is 10. It was so great to see Mami and Tia Elena, and I also met Cesar, a cousin who was just born the last time I was here so I never got to meet him. And what did Mami have waiting for me when I arrived? Gallo Pinto!! Been dying for that forever! It's a rice ...
... We can hardly complain and our private health insurance cannot be refused for renewal based on your medical condition.
We can see why Obamacare is a great idea but the haves don't want the poor and underprivileged to get any help because in the land of opportunity it's your fault for not bettering yourself. Which makes for an interesting conflict with the hard core religious groups being against free health care yet they pretend to be charitable, all the ...
We had the day to explore what Granada has to offer. We walked from our hostel via the cathedral down the long street that leads to the lake. Our host, Gerry (an Irishman) told us not to go down there after dark but it was well and truly daylight so off we went. It's about a 15 minute walk down to the lake. The lake is huge and you struggle to see the other side so it looks a bit like an inland sea. As we walked down, a man with ...
... was a piece of candy made from cacao and milk, similar to fudge but not as sweet.
This was really an interesting visit but sadly many members of the cooperative now have to find work in the city to supplement their income; the crops have not been doing well the last couple of years due to changes in the climate.
Back in Granada we took ...
... T about us. In those two hours we gave every morning for the past week, we were able to spend time personally ministering to people and pouring our hearts out to them. We were able to witness more people coming to Christ. In those door-to-door experiences, we had the opportunity to give each individual our time, get to know them, and see their eyes light up as they finally began to understand the Gospel. Five days of that kind of ministry allowed us to ...