Casa Andina Select Chiclayo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and rested. We went back to town for another chicken meal (i took a smaller serving) and we found a place selling very very large beers for cheap. We walked back to the ranch and was followed by the town drunk. He was a friendly guy and had very bloodshot eyes, he tried talking to us but we could not make it out, we thought he wanted a tip for arranging the beers for us (by telling the owner if the shop she had customers) so i was ...
... it came to the examples they get them all wrong. Ok I hadn't anticipated this being difficult, this concept is not too different in Spanish. On the spot I think, cracked it... Drawings.... Drawing with people in a group, and people outside of a group. If I am IN the group then we use WE.... David and I are in room 2.... WE are in room 2. If I am OUT of the group we use they.... David and Mark are in room 2..... THEY are in room 2, simples.... nope! This was the first time I ...
... drive car
we were travelling in had to crawl at times. The park was a dry environment and
looked very much run down. We went with the guide for a walk along a marked
track and saw a lot of native birds, some were very brightly coloured. He
brought along a large telescope and enthusiastically lined up views of the
birds and also the moon and he loved grabbing Dale’s camera to take pictures
mainly through the telescope lens. We saw very ...
... to the hotel, went out for pizza and went to sleep.
Yesterday, we ate breakfast and walked to a market close by. Parts were packed with shoes. My parents bought me good sandals because my other pair gave me cuts and ...
... trinket stalls on a long walkway. It had a really nice feel to it and automatically enticed us more than Mancora had on first impression.
We bought an ice-cream from a vendor who pushes a little cart up and down the beach all day, and sat on the steps to the beach to breathe a sigh of relief for making it here finally. It seemed strange that having spent days cycling through the desert, I was so pleased to see yet more sand, but it symbolized a time for ...