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... him, but what I really meant to say was that hostels were great greenhouses for growing just these sorts of whimsical, regretful dreams of love which, even as they brighten the brain, are already fading into nothing. Also, when next I saw him, Mario was awfully short and grumpy with me. I was surprised and wondered if, by plying me with wine, he had invested in his own ideas of loving me? Except I am far too neurotic and insecure to really believe that, of ...
... smoothie. It was just the simple meal we needed (though service was a little slow).
We emerged from La Bodega Verde to discover the ubiquitous Lima fog had come back in. We made our way back to the hotel, missing the ocean views but appreciating the respite from the hot sun.
Back at the hotel, the room still hadn't been made up so, we called for service and headed back out again. This time we walked in the opposite direction of ...
... Then pointed to one lady working there (assuming his wife?!) and said (in spanish to our guide who translated) "look at her! She eats them all the time!!" We also checked out some fruit and vegetable stands. The one fruit stand was mostly bananas and they had all different kinds. Different sizes and some that had red peels. Our guide said they taste a little stronger than a regular banana. Then onto the tour of part of the town. We had a local lady, Nellie, as our "host". ...
Blog Panama city Flight Lima Following an overnight bus we arrived in Panama City in the early hours. We took a taxi to the hostel we had booked for the following night and thankfully the owners were still up drinking when we arrived. Although not in a central location, this hostel was by far the nicest we've stayed in. It was more like a house and even had a proper sofa (the first one we've had in months). We only had a day in the ...
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