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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... the other two, but it did list the dish he suggested. After confirming it came with vegies, we ordered that and another wine. The next people to come in for dinner were told we'd ordered the last of the meat but they could have the last of the chicken if they liked. Eventually our meals came out with one scabby wilted piece of lettuce, a tiny sliver of avocado and an even tinier wedge of tomato. While eating, a man came over and introduced himself as the owner. He'd completed a PhD at ...
... also, so we found a salsa dance class in Quito that was $6 for 1 hour of private lessons. The basic moves are fairly easy, but as you keep learning new moves, it becomes more and more difficult for the guys because they have to lead. Moral of the story is...I still suck, but I suck a lot less now! If a beautiful Latin woman approaches me in a bar to salsa, I may earn enough credibility to warrant a second dance, or at least a conversation over chips and salsa. 2. Where ...
... periods of time in one place to really get to know your surroundings. It could mean interacting more with the locals than the other travellers at your hotel/hostel/etc. It could mean so much more. WARNING: Cheesy paragraph ahead In many ways it probably incorporates pieces of all those things. But I feel an authentic experience for me personally as I seek growth and learning this year, starts ...
... We had been warned that normally at this time of the year they usually burrow for warmth and there aren't many to be seen. We spotted about twenty of them both male and female with one of the couples doing their mating ritual right in front of us (shameless). The beauty of this place is that the animals all feel very safe and therefore allow us to get quite close to them. They totally ignore us and we are told it is because they have learned that man is not a threat to them. We ...
... of our hostel, we jumped ship. We glugged the fresh air like a freshman strawpeedoing a reef, and agreed that this type of voyage was 'part of the travelling experience'. This translates from the language of the backpacking burke into English as 'balls to new experiences, that was horrific, we should have taken the taxi'. Our first afternoon in Quito was spent trawling travel agents, getting 'best price, best price' for a cruise around the Galápagos Islands. Rach ...