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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... classes, and he certainly put us through our paces with Thai boxing, dumbbells, interval training and body weight exercises. After two sessions on consecutive days I was so sore that I was walking like a granny and could barely raise my arms to wash my hair, but it was sooo good to have some real training again after being confined to jogging on the dirt access road since February! I’m looking forward to the equipment arriving and some more ...
... our house in Florida. The tide is out so the docks have water marks on them a good 6’ or more higher than where the water is at the moment. Our guide tells us that these are the rich peoples suburbs. Certainly looks like it. There are a few colonial plantations along the river too but these are mostly abandoned now. How sad.
We turn up another river when we are almost at the mouth of ...
... in, it appeals to me briefly, at the time, until I get hot and tired and then I am finished. I was ready to be done and out of the forest when he showed us the last tree which was bark that he said was used as cigarette paper. Didn’t think it possible but he pounded the bark until it fluffed into thin sheets exactly like paper. That was the most impressive, even more than the drum tree. No animals though, not a single ...
... opposite of that happened!
There was a large group of people there from a number of churches that were going to a conference in Paramaribo. Whatever benefits that we might have thought we were going to get as a group, we were overridden by the church group and they got to go in the VIP lounge and they got processed first and they even got on the ferry first as well. We ended up being dead last because by the time ...
... S$]., one dumb bunny on her phone while her burger and fries cooled. Omar just stops people to ask questions. He asked one guy if he was Indian [his heritage but born here].
On the return, we passed closer to an old octagonal church and then the local basilica. I had forgotten a basilica is a church where a pope has breached, per Omar the Arab. It was closing but a quick glance inside should a wooden interior, definitely worth a later visit. Walked thru the ...