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The bus made its way through its own lane right down the middle of the freeway, there was no traffic getting in the way of the bus going ful, steam ahead. The bus stops where these great big train station looking thing, with barriers up high fencing the passengers back from the freeway traffic wushing past. There were also glass doors that opened as the bus pulled up. However, they never actually closed straight away and half of the doors at the bus stops seemed to be ...
... conversations in English which did not involve talking about our favourite fruits - which is what we seemed to spend a lot of time at the Spanish school talking about, much to Matt's irritation. We had four days of individual lessons for four hours a day which felt pretty intense and tiring. We've learnt a lot (we think) but now need to try and consolidate everything. We've told ourselves we'll do this every evening, learning vocabulary and ...
... other way round: following a left hemisphere stroke, the right hemisphere delivers a complete world, not a half-world.
If you look at these representations of a ...
... band took about an hour and gave us our greatest concentration of
foreigners we have seen so far. We then went to the Dominican Convent and
church which is only a block away. The cloisters are very Arabic with similar
ceramic tiles to what we saw in Southern Spain. We then followed a tour guide
up to the top of the bell tower which meant walking up a sea through dusty
creaky wooden staircase. You could see ...
Here are my top tips for traveling in Latin America. Many books, articles and blogs have been written about all of these, so more in-depth information can easily be found. When prepping for travel, I've usually just been wanting a simple list to know what to prepare for. So here it is:
- Plan to spend 2x what you think you will. Latin America is not as cheap as you think.
- Use ATMs inside locked rooms, connected to banks with ...