Prancing Horse Retreat
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... player) to play in the world cup again against Holland. Not feeling as confident about this game as the first game which we won by some miracle, we sauntered over to the field and played our hearts out. Some of us played until we were knocked out! I slid over the ball about 2 minutes in and fell straight back onto my head, and don't remember exactly what happened after that. But I can remember trying to get up and it wasn't gonna happen! I actually have a video of it so ...
... but part of the state apparatus of terror. It is a country where being young is criminal - where young people are hunted in the streets and killed by military squads whose job is to thin the ranks of the unemployed youth. Cameras have captured the military shooting young people in cold blood just for being in the streets after dark. After Haiti, Honduras has the distinction being the second poorest country in the Americas, yet the number of multimillionaires has mushroomed. ...
... for the night and then walked back to Victoria on the galloping goose trail. We had an amazing real lemonade in the harbour area and pottered about taking in the sights. Whilst walking round the inner harbour we spotted a seal swimming in the shallows. All in all a brilliant first ...
The bus picked us us to transfer us to the ship, where we arrived at 12.30. Amazingly there were over 600 people there to greet us, what a fantastic welcoming committee. But no, there were three ships departing and we all had to be processed. And that we were, moving oh so slowly like baddies on a conveyor belt. We did not board until 4 pm and had to go straight to the 'safety drill'. This went for an hour, by which time we were impatient to see our cabin. We were ...
... so we only have the rest of today & tomorrow to enjoy ourselves on board. We arrive in SF at around 7am. The number changes, but about 600/800 people are getting off & I haven't heard how many are getting on. The fares have come down dramatically, so maybe there will be plenty. We are looking forward to our 6 days in SF & hopefully the good weather keep on. Cheers Graeme & ...