Alcala Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... But he doesn't take the towel off my neck. Undisturbed he continues. From a purple transparent spraybottle he drips a little bit into the aluminium cup and puts a piece of soap with it to make a foam with the remains of the 100 year old brush. Don't dare to think of that brush's working experience. He lites the wick and heats the little cup of foam. He smears it on top of mij head, prepares a new raisorblade he fortunately unpacks from a paper wrap and starts shaving. Bit by bit he ...
... patches of broken dirt road and m************s where the rain had partially washed the road away. Pretty awful really - Bolivian roads are a bit of a nightmare - spot the understatement.
We arrived in the village (pretty and quiet) and were deposited at our hotel - La Posada del Sol. Well - a little bit of heaven; £60 per night for all of us including breakfast and an evening meal - wow! Mind you it’s all cash at these hostels - somehow their card ...
... Chris was resting, Kate got to work at catching up with the blog and photos after an extended period out in nature. It was great fun sorting through the millions of photos that we'd taken on our recent trips!
Instead of the early birthday meal we had originally planned, Chris enjoyed some plain bread and crackers, whilst Kate ordered spaghetti from the hotel restaurant. We had actually really enjoyed a day of R&R after the tour. A day rested, as opposed to a day ...
... the blankets to warm up and abuse the wifi until dinner time. It's around 1930hrs and we head down for dinner. The kitchen is closed at the hostel, but there is a microwave that we are able to use. So once again we improvise. Aaron cooks up some two minute noodles, I scramble eggs in the microwave and slice up some tomato. A very basic dinner, but we weren't overly hungry from our huge lunch earlier. We finish eating, and I make a relaxing hot ...
... understand why! So originally the prison was run by the government, with 187 cells, designed in a way that the guards can see 10 cells at a time. However during the mid to late 1900's, the government decided to hand over the control to the inmates...yes no guards apart from the two on the outside gate! So since then, the prison has been divided into different blocks and the prisoners have to pay rent; the rent then goes to the previous inmate who now owns the ...