- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there we had a big bonfire party, since it was one of the volunteers birthdays, and the first time people had been back up there in a while. We also cleared a trail down to a nearby waterfall, in the hope of blazing an easy trail to get fresh water. It wasn't so easy, in fact it was straight up vertical at times, but it was damn fun. Overall, I'm glad we did the volunteer stint. It was the first of many we'll be doing on this trip, and according to Joey, the other guy we ...
... our help and gave each of us a pen and a ladybug wrapped chocolate that says "God Bless You" on it. They were so very cute! We got a photo with all of the staff, which made us happy too. Our patient activities today at Manos included a group therapy session with the pediatrics residents. The students started with a marching band activity, bringing out all the noise-making toys and marching the kids around in a circle. They had a lot of ...
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It will be an early morning tomorrow. We are catching the hotel shuttle to the airport at 5:30am for our 7:30am flight. The concierge still recommends arriving 2 hours early for an international flight even though we already paid our departure taxes. The kids are sad we didn't get bumped up to first class again.
What a terrific trip it's been. We will definitely ...
... but no. Not good enough. I tried battling with him, asking him to call the lady we had booked through to confirm, but no. He said we needed a plane ticket or a bus ticket out of Panama otherwise he wouldn’t let us in. We needed to buy a ticket from our bus driver to the value of 60 quid (which we would never see again – the tickets are sold with names and passport numbers so you canīt sell them on). Very frustrating but unavoidable. Next, all ...
... volunteers (who are equally unbelievable). We do two classes daily where we try to teach the kids some basic English and incorporate it into games and such. Then the rest of the time is spent keeping the monkeys from killing themselves and entertaining them in a space which is far too small for the numbers that attend. The benefit of the project is that it gives the mothers of these children the ability to avail of ...