Hostal Residencial El Faro Inn
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... it up to the light and tell them it's real, so they can't switch it and claim it's fake and rob you of more money. Don't be a victim- if you look vunerable then you are an easy target. If you get lost, walk quickly and with purpose, don't let people see you are lost. Your hostel should give you a map and advise where is not safe- seriously, listen to them! Also, listen to your gut, you will know when you are somewhere you shouldn't be- don't stick around! If you ...
... to break this very bad habit of mine
-they taught me that to give is much better than receiving
-they showed me again and again, how selfish I am as a person
-they showed me that I can be very violent, even though I never considered myself as a violent person, I can see why they think that I could be violent
-they taught me that I must be more responsible for my actions, that I cannot simply run away, everytime that I have made a mistake, but instead, I must stay and fix ...
September 13, 2013 - After a full day of traveling including two 4 hour flights and a stopover in El Salvador, Sarah and I have arrived in Peru. Technically we are still in transit as we have our third flight tomorrow at 5:30am which will take us to Arequipa. In the meantime we will be resting our heads at the Vista Del Sol Hotel somewhere in the vicinity ...
... s a bit of blood already flowing from my feet.
As I stand on the side of the road, panting, bleeding and kind of dazed it hits me. Everything was in that pack. My passport included. All I had was what I was wearing and the contents of my pockets. Luckily I realise that I still have my wallet on me so all is not lost. Then Diarmuid appears with a pretty decent looking shiner. In the commotion I hadnt seen what was going on over his side. ...