Albergue Dos Anjos
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... them do it. They were being nice enough to take us out for the day, we didn’t want them to pay for it as well.
We went to a second bar and had some more drinks, and even though we told the ladies that we weren’t hungry, they still ordered some food. They ordered some cheese that came out on a skillet, and was served with honey on the side. It was very strange, but I ate ...
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... quid at the end, it's a good way to see a new city and you learn a few things. I must stress this was not one of those tours.
We met outside the hostel with about 50 other of Pedro's victims. The collection of Americans, Indians, us lot and a few random Aussies set off down the hill as Pedro minced ahead with Steph taking a few photos. As we were going into Salvador's deep and dark side we were advised to not bring any cameras and only a little bit of ...
... such as the caqui and purple dragonfruit. I also tried these meat-filled breads, which were quite tasty as well. Following the market we went to a popular park nearby where they sold many handmade goods and artwork.
During the next few days, I slept in and took it easy. All the travel had added up and I need to catch my breath, so to speak. I met with another friend who I had worked with in Switzerland and met her baby daughter. We had dinner at her house and it was great.
... I've been watching all those national geographic documentaries, and reading about it on the internet. As long as I get to Santiago before my flight to Easter Island leaves tomorrow, I'm cool with it.
So, I'm relaxing in the Admirals Club, eating some snacks and having one of their free beers. See the pic I took.
At least my husband made it Santiago this morning. That's ...