Quality Hotel Jardins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... it was like teaching us the alphabet. But at the end of the meeting, my brain had accomplished the somewhat impossible task of categorizing these companies and their competitors.
A word on the competition: Alex mentioned that the travel industry is "incestuous" in many ways. In the sense that business is so intertwined that at any given point a company can be your client, your partner, your service provider and your competitor. Now ...
... it was a badge of honor for one to care for one's teeth. It showed education, class and upward mobility and so even executives at Sears Roebuck where I interned, would proudly display their toothbrushes and toothpaste on top of their desks and every afternoon, post lunch, they would be lined up in the rest room openly brushing their teeth!
I am returning to a country that has many more people much better off and people who one now finds in great ...
... through the door after only a few minutes, leaving the hour-long queue far behind. Tonight they're playing hip hop or 'hippety hoppety' as Lou calls it. I can't tell if she's joking. Not my fave but they do bust a few classics like Jurassic 5 etc. The DJ is atrocious, clanging mix after mix. If you cannot scratch do not try to do so in public. He looks old enough to know better but the crowd don't seem to care and sing along to a number of Portuguese raps, which ...
... what followed was one of the most terrifying motorbike rides of my life. Francois had wanted us to go for a walk through the hills on top of the favella to reach a breathtaking outlook onto the city below, the problem was that we first needed to get up to the top of the favela and it was so far up and so steep with such narrow roads that car taxis would not take anyone up there. Francois told us that everyone takes motorbike taxis to the top… next thing ...
... they invited me to give a brief presentation during their Bible Study portion of their service, and I spoke about 1Cor 5 showing how the early Christians observed the days of Unleavened Bread. They do not keep the Feasts, so this was pertinent. I did not stay for their service, for various reasons, one of which I had to prepare for the KOG Seminar.
The Seminar was held in an upper room of a café. It was a very nice environment, and we had 29 people attending. It is to note ...