This is our room at the Shelbourne Resort Hotel. We chose it because it was inexpensive and was located right on the beach. After we reserved the room, I read reviews of the hotels by recent guests and they were mostly negative. So much so that we fully expected to encounter some scary ruins upon our arrival. When we checked in, however, we discovered that the hotel was really great. Our room turned out to be not even a room but a suite, with a kitchenette, a living room, and a huge bedroom. It is shocking to me that so many people found something to complain about in this wonderful hotel.
Things like these make me very happy that I was born and spent the first 22 years of my life in a Third World country. I enjoy things a lot more than many people who were born to the First World affluence. Their gaze is first and foremost attracted to little imperfections and keeps dwelling on tiny details that are not absolutely perfect. It's sad to think how many people's vacations were spoiled because they don't know how to enjoy things.
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