Alladin Hotel Miami
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... was music, noise, people in next to nothing and massive cocktails. It was very cool.
When we finally got to the end we drove to the airport. BA had found our iPad and we went to to pick it up. Dad ran in and got it pretty quickly. Phew...what a relief to have it back and big thanks to British Airways for their excellent service.
With our iPad safely tucked away we head back to Palm Beach. It was a long and boring drive and me and Maddy took the opportunity ...
... Egusquizo took Judy and I out for dinner at a private social club in downtown Miraflores. Otto is a retired Supreme Court justice in Lima. He is very proud of his country and his status as a director of the club. They know very limited English and of course our Spanish is very elementary, but we did great together and had a great time.
Friday we went to the Parque de la Reserva. It is a 30 minute cab ride from our apartment. We would have ...
... but they didn't let me. On the way over there we stopped to get some of Mr. C ice cream. I had strawberry, dulce de leche and reese's pieces. My mom had rum raisin and pistachio. Adela had reese's pieces, cheesecake and oreo. Dad decided to share with all of us. It was all homemade and it was sooo good! On the way back I knocked out. Then we came back to the hotel. Good ...
... Then we have a 90 minute bus ride over the mountain.
Cecile - it's an amazing experience ! So nice to be here with this group. Haiti, we are happy to see you.
Paul - Haiti here we come !!! It will never be the same country after the BCD Ambassadors leave..but we will be the richer for the experiences we will encounter...
Karen D- ready to land so excited
Greg - it was ...
... truly a second language here. When I stopped for dinner at Pollo Tropical, they gave out orders in numbers. Luckily I remembered that much of high school Spanish so I could eat without looking like a fool. We finally got to Homestead, a suburban town with a mostly rural farming economy. It is also the gateway to the rest of South Florida. The Cubans are now minority to two types in Homestead: Mexican migrants and, no offense, hillbillies. Both of these ...