Casa Bonita Bed & Breakfast
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... stop before heading back to our hotel. Just heading to bed and found our loo was blocked and filling up fast so had to call in help. Obviously this is a regular occurrence as the lady arrived armed with a plastic bag with plunger, brush and long pole to clear the problem. She cheerfully and quickly sorted the problem (what a horrid job) and we both crashed out about 8.30, hoping for a good night's ...
... too many friends…and one dude was yelling at me, but n’importa…a brotha did what he had to do. Danielle held on and sure enough we were on the train bound for Providencia! We were packed in like sardines for our 5 stops…and some unfortunate lil old man was scrunched right underneath my armpit. But we made it out alive to tell the story…and assure “todo el mundo” that not even the New York City Subway ...
... all cost more here. I will say that typically most food costs less here but snacks are expensive. Popular American brands of candy or any kind of chocolate is expensive. School supplies are way too expensive. It’s like they don’t have enough trees to make paper so they have to charge more for it. Here, it’s hard to find a notebook for under $2. And a package of markers and colored pencils costs me almost $3 a piece and they are the ...
... 7000 pesos. I told you they stung me big time yesterday. There was this Chilean chick on the bus that didn't speak English. Hardest game of charades I've ever played. Just before I sat down to wait to get on my plane, I do my usual check if I have everything. I do this check at least 60 times a day. Phone check, wallet check, bag with iPad, passport, plane ticket, che. Holy ****. Where the hell is my bag. I ran back to the security scanning point. ...
Going into this school year, Ben and I knew this would be our last. It is odd knowing that the time one has here is in its final countdown. After having formally stated we were not wanting to renew our contracts a few months ago, things became much more concrete. There was no turning back in our minds. Scary and yet exciting. Isn't exciting a mixture of fear and happiness?
Now, when normal annual events occur on campus, we are always thinking, "This will be the last (fill ...