Bantu Hotel & Lifestyle
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- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... should be good enough, and if it's called into question I'll explain that you can't online check in more than 48 hours in advance of a flight and as such I wouldn't actually have an eTicket anyway. Or something like that.
Next up was trying to find a pdf file editor. These are really hard to come by in the Real World, let alone on The Road. Online pdf to MS Word also proved fruitless so in the end I screen ...
... 1) so hardly broke the bank. After soaking for about 25min we headed to the lagoon to wash off. There's ladies there to wash you down for an extra cost again but we managed to get out of that one! Locals say theres nutrients in the mud that are good for your skin too - ill take that! A very different, weird experience that we really enjoyed and would recommend!! After that we headed to a beach for a few hours and lunch. Lunch was amazing - ...
... lessons before I move south. Where? Not too sure but probably in the next city or two..
First night in Cartegena all the passengers from the boat met up and celebrated our safe arrival on terra firma again. Ended up being a pretty massive night. Thats all ill say about that. Pretty soon it was Colombia up against Brasil in the world cup knockout. The country stopped. This was as far as they have gotten in the world ...
... connected. (When a thief sees a saint, all he sees are his pockets.) In light of what we now know about the human brain, it could be said that the left brain is concerned with our limited personal view of the material world, the linear story we tell and sell ourselves, while the right brain is the infinite "void" where emotion, imagination, creativity and spirituality rule. The left brain is slumbering in the temporal darkness of biography, and the right ...
5/4 Our second week working with the sloths
Erin, Mia, Kelly and Lauren finished their stays last week and new volunteers take their places.
Week two volunteers:
John from Portland and Sam from the UK arrived.
Beth from Wales
Stacey from Australia
Laura from UK