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... to our respective dwelling places. My taxi driver was a cool dude and we had good conversation. He stopped and let me get a dank sandwich on the way home. We talked about his family mostly; there are 350 people just on one side of his parents family. Loco. When I got back home around 5:30, I was surprised to see Lelé was still awake and looked like she just got home. We talked a bunch and chilled and then went to ...
... with our name on a card awaiting us. All was well....except for the traffic at 7 AM on a Friday. WOW, and I thought Seattle traffic was bad! This was about as bad a s New Delhi, with less horn honking. It took us well over an hour to get to our hotel which should normally be a 20-30 minute trip. but we arrived safely and our room awaited us. we even had an opportunity to grab a quick breakfast before crashing for about 3 hours.
... condor - representing travel. We had ice cream and cookies for dinner, walking along the beach front before making our way to Loki Hostel to meet Chebas and Carlos. Sebastian and I had arrived fairly early so we went to a neighboring bar which had good cocktails and shisha. I ordered what sounded like a wonderful drink, while Sebastian opted for the drink with the most disgusting combination... but one with alcohol as its mixer. Struggling to drink half ...
Arrived in Mili's beautiful home in San Isidro. Unpacked my belongings into the spare bedroom that I would occupy for 6 weeks and had a fresh fruit (papaya, orange, banana, cactus fruit) and yoghurt de fresa (strawberry) breakfast prepared by Mili's housekeeper Jessie. I rushed out the door to the Atton hotel where I would help coordinate and observe a women's leadership program facilitated by Laura (a CCL trainer and coach). There I met ...
... monastery which has some very old paintings and ceramics on the walls. The tour finishes with a visit to a pyramid that had been partially excavated where there is a mummy in the museum that is amazingly well preserved and still has some flesh on the bones of hand and face as well as hair. We get off the bus at the seafront and enjoy a walk along the cliff top, stopping for some lunch at the main shopping area.
A leisurely afternoon in the ...