Ai-Ais Hot Springs Resort
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This day started out slow like the others, folks really seem to be dragging now. I am pretty much a morning person (to me espousas distain). As we loaded the vans Quin noted that he hoped the water pressure tank put in my van did not catch the agents eye but he exact words were. "iiih, you can see it" As we headed across the border we had the person in our van pray extra hard for our quick passage. When we got to the customs official we pulled up to the gate, ...
... Pastor Steve came for a brief word. He is sharing some elements from a Max ...
I was pretty beat today so I skipped my run and slept a few extra minutes. We left at our usual 7am and had a great meal of French toast and sausage. The also had a special harvest season drink made from corn flower and cinnamon that was really good, sorry I cannot remember the name but maybe someone else will comment on it. The work for today was laying block, Yesterday afternoon some of the corners got started and ...
... 245. It means, "burned" in Spanish and I expected a bleak desert town, which was not the case at all. It is a farming and ranching community and because of its close proximity to the Rio Grande it is lush with green fields and pecan orchards. We arrived back in Laredo at 7:30pm Thursday night. Our total mileage was 3,288 in six days for an average of 548 miles per day. We made stops in 15 cities. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAi-Ais Hot Springs Resort Fish River Canyon
We drove in here after a hot dry and dusty ride and it was just amazing sight to see. and people everywhere in the middle of nowhere.
Shown to a luxurious room with 'hall' overlooking a series of indoor hot pools.
Staff great next morning for a super breakfast. (we had dinner cooked for us by our cook)
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