Red Lion Hotel Portland Airport
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- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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... was busy with boaters, wind surfers and swimmers. We saw boat
homes at docks along one side of the river. These homes look like ordinary
homes just on the water. No grass to cut! There were all sorts of styles and
sizes. We were amazed.
This week we’re excited as we will get to meet up with Blake
and his family who are in California from the Philippines for their 30 days in
the US. Can’t believe we’re that close to seeing them! ...
... was one of many contained in an enormous building which probably used to be apartments, but now, each compartment had been refurbished, new walls put up to slice and dice the space into as many individual, and tiny rooms as possible, as to house as many travellers as possible and provide as much income for the hostel owners as humanly possible. Rent is high in Hong Kong, and space is extremely limited. The shops, food sellers and everyone alike crams into tiny spaces, sitting on ...
Wx: RAIN RAIN RAIN (Min: 4C Max: 15C
Well, it rained all through the night and all through the day! I am not kidding, it never stopped!! Actually, it's not really anymore than a drizzle compared to the likes of Cairns rain (not that I like to compare who has the best rain...but American's do like to be better at some things...LOL). To put it in perspective, Portland set two records today, specifically for 17 Jan...ooops...I mean Jan 17!
... at the post office, I stopped by our storage locker to check on things. It is always interesting because, despite the close proximity of the locker to ...
... for our first training today in the city of Angul. These are preschool teachers and HHI trainers will host an all day workshop.
Yesterday I met my first Indian child. He was visiting here with his parents. They were passing by and had worked here years ago. Looked to be 3 but was probably 4 or 5. He stared at me with his wide brown eyes, his mother spoke to him and ...