Hastings House Country House Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... of becoming rooted, feeling that I belonged among a very special group of people, all somehow connected to Padre Melo. Obviously there are his immediate co-workers from Radio Progreso and the human rights Center known as E.R.I.C. Then I met sociology professors from the National University in the capital city, Tegucigalpa, and the campesino community of San Luis Planes. Twice I visited Chabelo, a peasant community leader from the community of "Guadalupe Carney" (named for the ...
... and some Canadian gear (Love u Cheryl) and Rakeeba's parents x BUT ITS OK. I HAVE NO MAKEUP ON SO NOTHING RAN DOWN MY FACE LIKE A BAD SOAP-OPERA - cough Mariam cough ;) Got some Subway, and a perfect Vanilla Bean - non caffeine deal- and was on my way to the plane @ 10 ish x I would like to send a shoutout to my parents for giving me this amazing opportunity; to travel across the world with a class full ...
... to Earls just down the road, most restaurants close by were Asian cuisine, not Tabitha's favourite choice. So Earls is good with its normal English/American food. With a good bite to eat we headed back to the hostel to prepare for tonight. We had got tickets to a Vancouver giants game, a western hockey league team. They were playing the Tri-City Americas, unfortunately lost 3-0. Such a good sport to watch though, more impressive ...
... with something unexpected around the corner. You're always learning and experiencing something new. I live for that! I'll miss Mark and all his crazy nuances. Even the ones that made me roll my eyes. I feel very lucky that I had such a great travel partner on this 2 month adventure. The people really do make or break the trip. And as per usual, I'm already planning the next one. 2015 will hold something new. But that's definitely a story for another time. Thanks for joining me on this ...
... brighten our arrival in a new city and set us up for some exploration. First stop Granville Island, although it was more like an island market with a causeway. It was fun seeing all the stalls with clothing, food and a miriad of other stuff we had never seen anywhere else, however the best bit... We got to travel there buy a False Creek ferry, a cool little covered in boat seating half a dozen people. It was about a 10 minute ride on calm water, ...