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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by the way is traveling with me for the first time). We arrive at the airport and the check-in of the luggage is so smooth we end up with 2 hours to spare before our plane arrives. Breakfast at the airport was mediocre and priced accordingly for an airport, but overall everything is going well so far.Boarding time comes at 11:45am and we are airborne on time at 12:00pm. The plane is configured with 3 seats per row, so I ...
... a nasty sting. So shuffle I did. I wandered out about a hundred yards or so and was still only up to my knees in the water. Tanya shuffled out to see me and we admired the surroundings. It really was an incredible spot. We could almost see out of the mouth of the little bay that we were in and decided to go rent a tandem kayak at the snack bar. We were fairly out of shape and in need of exercise, but also needed some kayaking training for our trip ...
... our entire crew had dusted their meals. Our team cleaned up and we headed south back to La Paz. On the way back we stopped for sunset pictures in the desert. Tanya and I had appreciated Eric's safe driving throughout the day, but were quickly reminded that you should refrain from driving at night and wear your safety belt. We passed an adult cow that upon fist glance appeared dead, but after passing it, Eric could tell it was still alive. Just ahead we came across at ...
... again to pick up some food, and then when I jumped back on the next bus, and the driver said he was going where I wanted, I thought I was pretty close. What this idiot driver failed to tell me, is that while he was going to where I wanted, he was going the complete opposite direction, so whilst I could have crossed the road and gone two stops, I pretty much went round the whole of Mexico by the time I eventually got back. Not impressed….
Again had some ...
... and also continue to unite the cong, some sisters organized a long service day and party afterwards. Some brothers from Bethel and a brother from Korea who moved here a few months ago to help in that language field came and shared their stories of how they pioneered, entered Bethel and even spent time in jail in Korea. Of course they did this right after they cleaned us out playing Monopoly!...too smart.
One more thing. I have ...