The Cape Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... bag of rice. My heart swelled as I felt that they truly must have been incredibly noble spirits in Heaven...accept whatever life they would be sent to...to attain a body, to connect with the Savior in their own Gethsemane and bear their own crosses in life and to provide those of us born in the Covenant, the opportunity to 'turn to our fathers' and to further the work of salvation here on earth.
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... time; etc. Sometimes he has to go downstairs to the office at 9 pm to meet someone who just flew in, or go figure something out with drivers or something else. He has to take care of what someone else messed up on or forgot to do quite often...so that is frustrating for him. He loves the drillers though...they are super nice guys. We go to dinner with them sometimes. Even tonight they are having a Family Sunday Dinner down in the mess hall...so we are going there. The goal is ...
... who are not working for the UN or one of the hundreds of NGOs. In fact we get pulled over at every police check point and asked what our mission is, including if we are working undercover, as they simply do not believe tourists come here. Most people’s jaws drop when they see the truck, others look like they’ve just struck gold and some look angry and shout abuse. There is very little for tourists here, hence why we’ve not ...
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