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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Continental Breakfast
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... dance began. It goes the same way every time, and we arrive at a price just a bit more than half of his opening offer. I'm now a billionaire many times over! Unfortunately, it won't even buy a loaf of bread worth $0.50 down here, but hey, it's still impressive to look at all those zeros. Back at the security desk, I just smiled, said, "Good morning." and walked right on in. I find that looking like you're supposed to be somewhere goes a long way. The walk ...
... drier than usual, so about 2/3 of the falls are just rock. I can only imagine the noie and the mist when it is in the rainy season. The walk along the falls as it cuts along the sheer cliffs of the canyon is about 3/4 of a mile.
We enter the Last Great Day soon. Power went out right after dinner and didn't come on till much later so I will prep the sermon in the morning. I will end this for now. Hoping all had a wonderful feast so ...
... it to separate the excess. Then they continue to beat it until it is very ground down, mix it with water, then they heat it on the fire and serve it. After seeing how much hard work goes into the process, we politely swallowed it down. They are so generous to share their food with us that they clearly worked so hard to make. We passed a few areas where there were bush fires. We were told the hunters set it on fire so they flatten the trees in order to see the animals better. ...
... the other side of it! We went back to the office to view and ultimately purchase our pictures and videos which were shot by the film crew that is customary for each jumper, and Jordan and I spent time chatting to one of the employees who was 28 years old and an intellectual like us. We also got some local beer to celebrate surviving jumping off of a literal bridge, 111 meters down! After about an hour, and dad being convinced to buy a nice wooden ...
... could hear, were proper rapids. Not for canoes. Do you know how many people it would inconvenience to come and find our bodies? No one even knew where we were for a seventy kilometer stretch. There wasn’t even anywhere to pull off and think about it over a cup of tea.
The distant roar continued to our right, as the river seemed to pick up pace again and turn the corner. Half the river then disappeared under a forest of water berry trees in the direction ...