Soluxe El Sesteo Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we were up bright and early with 6 pieces of luggage to the airport. We flew from Calgary to Houston on Air Canada - definitely no frills - no food to purchase, no pretzels - so bring food on the plane with you if you didn't get to eat breakfast. We arrived at the Houston airport with a couple of hours layover. There wasn't too much for food selections, so we had a slice of pizza. One of my ...
... Maths. These two poor people saw me straight after the house hunting trauma- straight away I was just babbling on about this like I had known them for ages.. they were very sweet and gave some good advice.
Yvette turned up to see me at the Rock yesterday as she new the boys were moving out and offered to take me out, however I had already been invited for Dinner at the Lloyds house for the same reason. Yvette stayed for an hour or ...
... but if I need one then I need one.
Otherwise I walked to downtown to have a look around. SJ has one of the worst opening paragraph descriptions I've come across in LP and it is justified. There is nothing of note in this town other than the amount of McDonalds (the most since Buneos Aires). It is just m'eh. At least somewhere like La Paz had a personality in the gritty markets everywhere kinda way. This is grungy without the charm.
The evening was subdued due to ...
... whom I had met at the hotel in Rivas. He is a forest engineer and had been made redundant due to his age back in Santiago de Chile. Though, he is only 50 or 55 I think! Anyway, he has a Costa Rican girl-friend, and hopes he can find work here.
I arrived at one of the umpteen bus stations they have in the capital and got a cab to my hostel. The cab fare was more than I expected of course at $8, though I couldn't be happier with my new accommodation. The ...
... s funny how you come on a missions trip because you want to serve, and you want to help, and you want to do God's work, and while all those things do happen-the biggest thing that happens is that YOU are filled up. The spiritual growth, the love, the new heart you receive--yes, we did work, but all the work we did could never bless Hogar De Vida as much as they have blessed us.