La Pampa Hostel
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Another early start with our tour guide and our hostel owner Manfred. This time we had two German boys with us too. After about a 2h drive we stopped for another traditional breakfast of rice and beans and carried on a little further to a shop on the side of the road where we bought bananas. Manfred told us that a small walk down the bridge were crocodiles and bananas make a splash like it was a chicken ...
... nacional'. The stare-downs were my cue that I was in the wrong line. Blonde runs deep :) -I was told to look for an 'obvious' sign with my name on it once I got outside of the airport. There were many signs; none of which had my name. Panic set in for a moment. Thank God for an airport officer that was on top of things. He led me to sign- written in marker that said 'Cristina Elillie' ...
... partner! We got along so well
throughout the 2 weeks we spent together, which tells me that longer trips
should and would most likely be planned. He also found it really interesting to
backpack and swears it won't be his last backpacking adventure.
On the early stages of my trip I focused on Scuba Diving and realized just how
much I appreciate this activity. Every future destination will definitely be
near places where diving is possible. I am really glad ...
... little detail - the rooftop pool, bar and restaurant, were on the roof, up three flights of stairs. After I nearly killed myself on the massive iron staircase, I decided I should just stay put. The bar tender took pity on me and instead of bar service, he brought the menu and my drinks to me on the sofa. I then received a phone call, which was strange, considering I hadnīt received a phone call in over 7 months. Ben was calling from Bogota airport where he was denied boarding ...
... paying first world prices. It was like paying for one at home! Risotto con pollo y azafran or Chicken rissotto with saffron: chicken, onions, garlic, saffron, parmesan cheese and cream cheese with focaccia bread. C$ 10,500 / NZ $ 25.80 / US $ 21.