Hotel Vila Santa Miraflores
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... In a sense, it is a leaving not only of the safety of the maternal, familial, and community womb but of the entire community of life.
This encounter provides a rite of passage for youths who can thereby discover their deeper purpose, their meaning, because in that great encounter with death and rebirth they are able to engage and experience, directly in their bodies, in their souls, the powerful archetypal forces that permeate life and nature and every human being, and ...
... The office is in a quiet area, off of a main road. My first impression was 'these are houses, right?' The office blocks here are wedged between residential blocks. The area is clean, green and sunny. Mili had told me that just moving inland a few miles can drastically change the weather you experience. So true. The coast is much more humid and foggy (also given that it is closer to the capital business district and the smoke from cars could contribute to ...
... memorized a select set of behaviors, attitudes, beliefs, emotional reactions, habits, skills, associative memories, conditioned responses, and perceptions that are now subconsciously programmed within us. Those programs are running us, because the body has become the mind. This means that we will think the same thoughts, feel the same feelings, react in identical ways, behave in the same manner, believe the same dogmas, and perceive reality the same ways. About 95 percent ...
... 1674 but has been reconstructed a few times due to earthquakes. We particularly wanted to visit this one because of the celebrated catacombs: huge stone vats of underground rooms, filled with bones slowly decaying. Mostly they are the leg, arm and pelvic bones, but also heaps of skulls - very creepy. Our guide (compulsory) thought there may be the bones of over 20,000 bodies here, though there are no more interments. The library, on the upper level, ...
Today was a late start as we are still recovering from our weird lack of sleep patterns. We headed to the supermarket to get food and indulge in a cheeky Starbucks coffee. The supermarket here is massive and it feels a lot more like being at home. We recognise products and they even had milo!!! We bought our necessary items and headed home. Unfortunately, Jess has managed to come down with all the symptoms relating to the malaria tablets and we have searched for a pharmacy ...