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... The climb to the top is considered a sort of pilgrimage for some and at the top sits a large cathedral and also statues depicting the Stations of the Cross. After exploring all there was to see we ate lunch at the top taking in the views before deciding to get a bit of exercise and walk down the mountain. There is steps the whole way but even going downhill it turned out to be pretty tiring! It took us the best part of an hour to descend and we ...
That's right. No Nintendo. Pay attention.
Catching up on two missed days of Spanish is a real pain. They're letting me get away with it because of my unusual circumstances (see previous entries) and I'm doing my best to get my homework done.
The hostel manager, Claudia, will come to hassle me a lot about practising in Spanish. ...
... we were happy to see that la cuenta was only 11,000 (6-7 dollars).
After this extremely filling meal we went back to the hostel to hang out for a bit. There seemed to be quite a few travellers from South America, or at least everyone else could speak Spanish what appeared to be fluently. The rain was still coming down so lots of people were also hiding in the hostel. There was quite a nice feel to the place and Kory spent some time ...
... spicy food, so I had to ask for a second bowl. Then that was gone and I asked for another. After the third dish, I asked for a fourth and he said they were out, so he brought me Aji Rojo which is more like tabasco sauce then pico de gallo. That was fine with me; I like them both.
When dinner was done, Conchita sang and played the guitar, and Jesus and Jaime S. sang, too. Then they sang another song which everyone else joined in and sang. ...
Crazy foreign monopoly money
Meeting 'foreigners' everyday
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