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... t live there anymore!
I am looking forward to visiting my very favorite places (Drayton Hall and the Charleston Tea Plantation), seeing some new places (Boone Hall and some historic homes in the city), sitting on the beach, and enjoying the wonderful Southern hospitality and food! Who knows, I may just miss that flight back;)
... in the last few years. Problems still exist, but the country is gaining more and more tourists. Panama is also coming into its own since the Panama Canal is now under its ownership.
3) Both are diverse. Panama is supposed to be one of the most beautiful countries in Central America, and Colombia, with the Andes, the Amazon, the Caribbean, the ...
... This trip wouldn't have been the same in any way without living at Palmira's and having him there too. Having him there was like having a safety blanket with me and I wouldn't have had as many laughs or good talks without him there! I look at him now more than just a professor but as a friend that I can go to when I need help.
Looking back at my time in Mexico, I have grown more as a person, learned a ...
... to file a claim for lost luggage. This of course took a couple of hours and I was the last one to make it back to the hotel after everyone had already been shuttled there. It was 3am and I had no luggage so I had many emotions and thoughts that someone stole my luggage running through my head. I eventually was able to fall asleep, but I knew I wasn't going to get much sleep. Hopefully tomorrow brings good news about my luggage and we just get to ...
... Dealing with 30 plus whining college students, the airlines and bus company could not have been more daunting of a task! Needless to say we got to Chicago and then on to Houston. We stayed in a pretty nice hotel and from here it is on to Mexico! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet