Hotel Villa San Miguel
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... hand. 10. Wear orange and black at AT&T Park, where attention-grabbing bay views rival the action on the field. The open-air home of the Giants boasts fan-pleasing sights like an 80-foot Coca-Cola bottle, a giant baseball mitt, and a nine-foot statue of legendary player Willie Mays. Cheer a home run hit splashing into McCovey Cove (where fans on boats try to catch Giants history), order Gordon Biersch garlic fries, and sing classic ballgame ...
I wandered back down the side of the church through a lovely rose garden, looking at the large pastel pictures of children playing that had been painted on the church wall. Then I noticed that along the bottom of the wall were more lists – in simple white paint on brown wood -- of the children who had been killed, in this garden that day, with their names organized by age. It was terrible. ...
When I arrived at the Habitat for Humanity Office in Usulutan in the early afternoon, everyone was there. It was a lovely welcome. Juan Serrano and Jemmy Ramos came out and joined everyone in a circle in the front office. We talked about Juanita and what she was up to and when she would come again. We talked about Glenda's house and the building efforts of last July’s Habitat Mission. We talked about the future of the Santiago ...
... left, then right, takes a step back, forward, back. It’s an object lesson in what the presence of compressed steam can do to human resolve.
While he is doing this, a lanky man in his late sixties, white cap, white moustache, white shorts, enters the coffee shop. “Ah, did you guys like find a white plastic ah card, it’s like a credit card kind of thing? I use it as an energy field?”
Any Sydney barista would have ejected the ...
... br> We had a little farewell ceremony with Pastor Santos and a group of school children were there to sing a few songs for us. We said our goodbyes and by 3:30, we headed back to the hotel. As our bus was leaving the school, there was Jocelyn on the roadside with her little brother, so I got to say goodbye to her once again! She was all smiles, especially when she got another handful of candy!
After a quick clean-up, we headed across ...
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