Valu Stay Inn & Suites Hastings
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... you could even purchase your tickets in advance... if you lived in Mexico.
So even after I’d made all my other travel arrangements, the bus ticket was my one loose end. Well, not the only one.
I spoke to Luis one last time in March, telling him the dates I’d be in Mexico and what time I would arrive so he could arrange my stay at El Campamento Tortuguero (tortuga means “turtle”). He told me food and lodging ...
... the reason why I find these events so exciting is because I am meeting people that are, and were, in the same boat as I am. The returned volunteers are able to give great advice on my perceptions as to what to bring and what to expect. While the future volunteers are able to share there opinions on the application process and their packing lists. These are people that have similar passions as I do and a love for the world ...
... at this point and I am pretty sure that this day will end swiftly. I have arranged for the hotel medical staff to be on call for some coffee IVs and possibly automated defibrillation to wake us up.
I have to say the last time I stayed up this long I flew from Africa to the US and that was coming back from a War not sure why the hell I'm still up! I will take more pics and add more to ...
... America. On Friday, I headed to Camden Market to of course get some last minute souvenirs and just hang out in one of my favorite markets for the last time in a long time. Then I still had some time and wanted to go to Olympic Village by myself…I eventually got there after being lost for TWO hours; needless to say I got to see the Olympic opening and closing ceremony stadium and it was breathtaking. The village is going to be a town ...
As we were admiring one of the prettier rooms in the capitol, a group of about 40 school children joined us, and we enjoyed the last remarks of their tour guide. Upon leaving the building, we realized it was yet another beautiful fall day, so we walked around the capitol block to take it all in, but in-doing-so, got ourselves lost. We had only parked 150 feet away, but the area was just too symmetrical (the capitol building makes ...