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... technically not enclosed, the worker there explained that it was not technically a cavern, hence the name of the park. Each body of water was truly beautiful in its own rite, vibrant in colour and crafting, and reminded me a bit of human beings. We have been crafted with innate beauty and value, and our differences in culture and personality, although sometimes create communication barriers, nonetheless add richness and depth to our world.
... wrong directions and walked for an hour for no reason. a local guy helped us out to get a taxi that wouldn't over charge us and we went to the caves.
it was about noon when we got there, which sorta stunk cause online it had said to try and make it before noon since the sunlight is better in the caves before then. Still, it was worth it.
“Oops! Sorry! I’ll make another one.”
It seems a bit fishy to me. Meanwhile the girls who are following some way behind sail through the exit door, and are then unable to re-enter the airport to complete the new document. The signing is done by the agent reaching through the door, and us signing on the other side, watched over by a suspicious airport guard.
Finally we encounter ...
... in next week before I head home. It's alot smaller, but more secure of a house because it's cement.
+ of the house...cement structure (not wood)=NOT RATS!!!
- of the house...place to shower, but no restroom (latrine or toilet)
Medical Mission (November 2011)
When groups (doctors, nurses, surgeons, nursing students) come in and don't know Spanish they coordinate with Peace Corps to get volunteers to stay with them ...
... just as Lo was walking through customs! That was the first of many things that went just our way during her brief 4 night stay... The resort was amazing to say the least- the bell boy took us up to our room, said "abra cadabra," and opened the curtains to our private balcony, about 30 ft from the beach. Lo was speechless, and I was more than a little impressed. That first night we grabbed some drinks, walked the beach, got dinner and crashed hard. It was ...