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... s but at the same time everything is fresh and new. I just love it. The hotel staff are great and understood my humour so thats always handy. And its kind of fun swimming in the pool looking into the desert. ( the only uncomfortable thing was sitting in the hot tub across from 2 old mexican ladies that were glaring at me like I had just ******! I didnt I promise) Lets just see what tomorrow brings when the kids visit a ...
Rick and Darlene dropped us off at the ER at the Desert Regional Medical Centre in Palm Springs. The place was really busy and we waited over an hour just to see the triage nurse. I called the insurance company right away as soon as we checked in because you always hear that they try to weasel out of claims if you don't call BEFORE treatment. They told me that (based on the complaint) it would be reasonable for the hospital to do X-rays ...
Today was my first full day at Neuras. We had breakfast from 7:00-8:00: cereal, bread, jam, the usual. BUT we do get complimentary hot chocolate here, which is so nice. A bigger variety of tea is also available along with coffee (which we hade at the farm).
Then we divided into two groups. One group went with the Matt the runs Neuras and the other group went with the Matt that is the Duke student.
My group was sent to learn how to use the GPS systems, ...
... it with plenty of time and once the bus arrived we loaded on to travel the long journey back to cancun airport. About 4 hours later we arrived in cancun with time to spare before our flight and got our plane back to LA. We arrived in LA fairly late (around 11pm) but our good friends Steve and Maryanne (S & M) were staying at the same hotel so we stayed up a but later to have a quick catch up with them. We had purposely booked the same because we were all ...
... 30 degrees at 9 in the morning. I convinced him to take it which ended up being wise.
The ride up went to over 8,000 feet and when we arrived, it was COLD! We didn't expect there to be so much greenery and foliage up there but it was almost like being at Yosemite. There were plenty of experienced hikers, including a boy scout troop, but Ted and I walked a short distance before losing interest and heading back to the coffee shop.
Surprisingly, the altitude hit me ...