Hotel Plaza del General
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... and spotted someone who wanted more than what our guidebook said and he went and found someone who did meet our demand. The taxi made quick work of the short distance to the historic center.
After checking into our hotel, we found a Chinese restaurant nearby and wolfed down rice and vegetables before heading out for a walk in the central area. It was Christmas day afternoon and there were a few ...
These people of RP and ERIC are quite incredible and work long hours, often covering for one another in different departments. Those in research are also involved in broadcasts and technical set ups. They are extremely talented and enthusiastic.
I have been asked why there were few posts this week. Since returning from the weekend trip Melo has been very busy taping programs and meeting with his leadership people. So much of my time ...
... br> what I actually did…
Found a coffee shop in the ‘nice’ area of town, which on
entry I as given a full search down by a security guard – yes, just to get a
coffee. I then used the internet a bit, and met up with my Couchsurfing host,
David , who was a little older than most of the other people that I’d stayed
with, but was known as the ‘King Of Couchsurfers’ having almost 300 references
and friends – most ...
... Without Quality (and at once, without Gumption) life lacks enthusiasm and, perhaps, purpose. There are things, as with all things, that can cause one to lose perspective of Gumption. Things that lessen the ability to use our common sense, our resoursefulness. Pirsig separates these "Gumption Traps" into two categories: Setbacks, wherein one in thrown from the path to Quality by external circumstances, and Hang-ups, where Quality is sacrificed by ...
... that prevents you from getting a boyfriend or girlfriend, so you can only imagine most people want to get corrective surgery! Also while shadowing Dr. Flores, we heard some amazing stories about patients who come in from the brigadas in the villages to the clinic to get eye care. Dr. Flores compared it to someone from smalltown, USA being sent to somewhere like London to receive a free surgery. Here, one of the biggest obstacles for patients is the fear ...