Hotel Catedral Internacional
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... browsers are tolerated) led to a page with information about their operations and invitations to book their facilities and if you open a new page you just get a replica of that same stuff. The USB icon wouldn't display my cameras' memories so I couldn't get access to download photos; I like to back up the memory cards to a hard drive I have with me for safety. But I was able to get access to other sites after a bit of figuring out by putting ...
... better, room would I like to see it? And after a bit of negotiation I’m staying for $20 a night instead of $30. The rotter charged me an extra 50%. Ha.) Messiah and I exchange coaching in our respective languages and got to talking for a ½ hour or so. When I was leaving I asked if the other hotel had called with the time. You may recall that Messiah had earlier informed me (see above) that the Hotel had called saying they didn’t know when the ...
... the side streets I could have been in a warzone. Watching others jump through the flames (representing leap from the old year into the new) I suddenly found my hand taken and myself too jumping/dragged through the flames. The tradition is to then go home and have a family dinner - so we took a ride home (acquiring a baby en route).
The next few days were quiet - everything shuts for 2/3 days after NY so I just explored a little of my new home.
... as the Amaze-ons, so Molly would make up stories of the animals they saw). The only person to be in 2 continents in one day goes to William. ( William wanted to know the name of the village we were in so he could post it on Facebook - Daniel told him it was called Yang Ya - which happens to be in China, so Williams Facebook post that he sent had his location as China). The Katy Perry Award for the most enthusiastic singer of ...
... every penny of it. She knew the places to go, how to talk to the locals, tid bits of information about the little towns that we passed through, and even treated us to bizchochos, to give us a taste of local fare.
We loved the comfortable, homey accommodations at the Hostel de la Rabida. The staff was very accommodating, the common areas felt like your own home, the dining was excellent and the WiFi ...