Hotel Convento Santa Catalina
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... right office, fortunately it was even open with no waiting line. So that process took about 30 minutes. Then, as we were getting into the car to head to the crossing gate, our escorts told us we needed to go into an Immigration office located in the same complex. So we went there, and when she asked for our passports and entrance visas, we just kind of looked at her and said the border crossing people in Mexicali just waived ...
... s been amazing and every workshop has been a success! Can't lie, it's been a tough week... Long and tiring days, unpredictable weather, weird illnesses, sensitive workshops at the school and finally, burnt to a crisp... I like to think I'm keeping the group spirits high and making people smile (just a little bit)!! This experience is nothing that I expected but it's definitely nothing short of incredible! Pleased to say ...
... for a tape measure and take out my hot pink phone charger to measure the marks I'd put on it for the dimensions of the gl***********ed. I read them to her and she said it'd only be about 30min until it'd be ready. When I asked how much, she punched in some numbers on a calculator and showed me: 46Q. I was amazed!! That's about $6! Thrilled, we left to go get some lunch at a place down the street called Cactus Taco Shop. ...
... down on the dirt ground, at this point I was able to see we were in a sugar cane field on one of the dirt paths, it had started to get really dark. I was laid down by one of the men, this is when you really start to get worried, I was tied up with two of the other girls, the men had already started to get gropy. I was preparing myself to be raped there was no doubt in my mind that this was going to happen I had seen, read and heard enough to know that’s what happens in ...
... the road surface became none existant and we were back down to 10-15mph speeds again for long stretches. It was a major test of concentration to watch out for the huge potholes and to steer around them. It appeared that beneath the initial bitumen surface was nothing more than loose stone and sand. As soon as a hole appeared in the bitumen, there was really nothing to stop it becoming larger and larger as other forces wore it away. Whole tracks were just sand. I'm ...