Sleep Inn at Miami International Airport
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Morgan- We are finally off to Haiti!! I am no longer feeling nervous or anxious, but so very excited! It also helps that I am with an amazing group of people!
Mathias - I'm very tired but can't sleep cause it is very exciting!!!
Nicole - finally it was already a long trip to get here. But we are getting there.
Katey - It's wonderful to meet the team as we start our journey!
Erica - ...
... did not heed the park warning and left his camper and car unprotected and had 8 BLACK VULTURES sitting on top waiting for one of them to make the first tear. I would not want to be that dude when he and his wife get back to the car.
Next stop was the Visitor Center where we found a GREAT HORNED OWL roosting location that was betrayed by two mischievous AM CROWS. We decided it was time to begin our long trek out ...
... don’t have to worry about finding food and accommodation, and we have as much company or solitude as we want. We’ve proved that you can explore the islands and get away from the crowds fairly easily.
We were interested in comparing the Celebrity line with the Princess line. From the literature we’d read, we gathered they were pretty similar, with Celebrity probably a bit better. It is hard for us to compare the two objectively because ...
... up, leaving us with a reduced shopping time at Sawgrass Mills.
Luckily our cases were stowed away in the coach and we were able to leave our hand luggage in the bus and off we trotted around the mall.
Sawgrass Mills is immense, especially when you only have two hours and the driver wasn’t going to wait a second beyond the rendezvous time. I was on a mission to find some new jeans as my favourite old soft, comfie ones had finally waved a weary flag ...
... while processing someone right in front of them. I consider this extremely rude. It took me back to my days of working customer service. Whenever I had customers in front of me, I always did my utmost to handle them as efficiently as possible so that I could have them out of the store and move onto the next customer. I never had personal conversations in front of them either. When I was on the job, I was on the job and the customer had my full attention. Everything else had ...