Las Musas Hotel & Casino
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... was introduced to the suicide shower, a shower with a switch you flicked once the water was running (from outside the shower), and it would heat it up. But, once the switch was on, you were not to touch anything metal as the system was not grounded, and you would receive a shock. As I showered, i was so tempted to touch either tap, but ended up never using the hot water again as the cool was refreshing and the hot was unnecessary.
Rough hot sweaty sleep.
... for increased intellectual mastery, predictive certainty, and efficient control over you for his own self-enhancement?
Or would you, the cosmos, open yourself most deeply to that suitor who viewed you as being at least as intelligent and noble, as worthy a being, as permeated with mind and soul, as imbued with moral aspiration and purpose, as endowed with spiritual depths and mystery, as he? This suitor seeks to know you not that he might better exploit you ...
... enjoy Boomerang (Chinese whispers to me and you, now in the professional world that's considered disrespectful, Aussie Michael joked that he considered Boomerang disrespectful) Two teams, in front of the board, I whisper a phrase and the team members pass it on, with the final person writing it on the board. All the kids passed the exam, crushing it, the school has got a lower pass mark of 50% compared to the adults 70% but most had in the 80s.
So the school changed ...
... bedroom has mauve curtains, hot pink, purple and
white walls and a burnt orange bed spread. Fortunately all of the reception
staff speak very good English so we decided to book the tours we wanted for the
next 3 days with the hotel. We went for a wander back down in the direction of
the bus terminal and found a big modern shopping mall where we indulged in a Starbucks
coffee. We bought some snacks at the equally big supermarket before heading
back to the hotel.
... and found a way to keep heading north :) Mission completed and with no desire to walk around the main town or market (travel fatigue has set in) we found a cinema and watch Pompeii, no where near accurate, but entertaining. Sadly unlike in Asia there was no air con, the 3D glasses made the film look like a blur of lines and there were a ton of adverts before it, but it was in English and we enjoyed it. Afterwards the hunt was on for a chicken sandwich, yes it's our latest ...