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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... bridge over the road adjoining the two parts but for the fact local bye laws prevent any new structures of similar height so she opted for renovation instead. Given the surrounding poverty not sure why one would want to live in the area. It takes all sorts. We had nothing planned for the next shore day until I spotted the river rafting when we docked at Puntarenas which seemed a fun day out as indeed it proved to be! I was in trouble for not tightening my life jacket ...
... carved wooden door that, when opened, reveals an open air courtyard flanked by a fireplace which hosts seating for eight; or more if someone opts for the hearth.
Beyond lies sliding glass doors which meet at a ninety degree angle and offer entry into the entry hall, living room, kitchen and dining room where sits a long table for eight below an oversized chandelier. A large fireplace presides over living room seating for eight in ...
... a complete cluster f**k) as Legend Excursion passengers have first priority (I am not on a Royal Caribbean excursion here so that does not include me). All I know for certain is that I am off to The Office for tequila shots. The Office does not disappoint. They still have a John Belushi lookalike who dispenses tequila shots to the sounds of whistles blowing. I make lots of new friends here and one sends me a margarita so I send them shots.
... in a few shops, and revelled in the heat. Nothing looked like it needed buying, so we returned to the ship a little while before the all aboard. For me, the best part of the day was a Shavuot service, arranged and run by our friend Lennie Zimmerman. Of course, only the diehards were there, but it was a wonderful service, followed by blintzes and cheesecake provided by Holland America. Full marks, ...
Well, we love the dogs and cats at the Los Cabos Humane Society, but as with many NGO's and non-profits politics sometimes gets in the way of accomplishing what everyone is there for. There has recently been been some turmoil at the shelter, that while it hasn't stopped our involvement it has made our involvement less enjoyable.
I won't go into elaborate detail, but what happened is that a 2 year volunteer, who gives up $1000/month in employment ...