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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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My last snorkelling in the Galapagos did not disappoint me. Despite the conditions being quite choppy, the sun was out and the visibility was quite good, we were dropped off about 30 m offshore from a beach and instructed to head out and around a point, and to look out for a reef and rocky outcrop that we could just see order the water ahead of us. What was fabulous was the rocky outcrops which provided nooks and crannies for sea urchins, sea stars, a ...
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Well when water drains right on the equator it drains straight down into the bucket – no spinning.
Next the guide moved the sink to the south side of the equator, pulled the plug and this time the water swirled down the drain. The bucket was only a few feet from the equator but the water swirled instead of going straight down. And it swirled clockwise – which might be a pretty big idea for you right now but here is ...
... the day and I stayed in uploading all my photos to my google drive to clear space on my phone. Around 6:00, I went into the tourist sector, Plaza Foch, to meet a new friend named Alejandra for drinks and food. We ended up not eating and just drinking but it was good conversation and a fun time. I then took a cab back and stayed up chilling with Jack. We smoked and made some Colombian soup and then went to ...
... bitter pill we bite into when achieving those original goals, should really be reworded into 'fearlessness'. Why? Because if we were lucky enough to be born into opportunity, we should be fearless enough about making the most of it, instead of complaining and letting ourselves be overrun with the consequences. In other words....after 1 month you are embracing the summer dresses you brought with but realised the impracticality of when walking for 9 ours ...
... though and the sounds of the jungle at night reminded me of how you can buy those CDs that put you to sleep with the sounds of the jungle. I slept well there. I have arrived back in Quito. I went to Otavalo markets yesterday, the biggest market in South America. Yet I have to say that the markets in La Paz were more impressive. Bolivia's got that covered. Since the Ginger left me I have realised the benefits and shortcomings of traveling alone. 1. Traveling alone means you can be ...