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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Cusco. When the Spanish invaded Peru in the 1500s, they decided that Lima would be a more suitable capital (as it is closer to the coast). The Spanish are also responsible for the mispronunciation of Cusco - it's supposed to be said "Cosco", but the Spanish couldn't say it like that easily, so they pronounced it "Cusco".
We had a cool orientation walk with Jason pretty soon after we checked into the hotel. He showed us around the main streets and the square in the centre ...
... I have always been interested in boxing and think that it is a good spiritual way of practicing conciousness and presence. So it is really great he will show me some muy thai and maybe I am totally attracted to it and start doing it when I go to uni or something. I will keep you updated on how many punches and kicks hit my face in the next blogs haha.
So I am out for the day, hope you had an interesting read, I will write again in a couple of days! See ya then! Love, henri
... Then we went to Liberdade district which is a Japanese town and we had sushi!
Met (after directions from a professional tennis players, aka a random guy on the street) some of Aragons friends in Vila Madalena which was completely different to the last time I was there, much quieter this time and enjoyable in a different way! The places we went here were a lot better than on Friday night!
The cultural ...
I really should've practiced my Portuguese more. Thankfully, the airport signs are in both Portuguese and English. Oh, you should've heard me try to order lunch at Starbucks! I accidentally bought two sandwiches which was silly because I know dois is two. My second attempt at speaking with a non-English speaker went surprisingly well and my result was that I can now charge my phone and laptop (I didn't know I needed a converter). I'm gonna be a pro ...
... Parade was going on so we had to hoof it to the hotel since Paulista Avenue was closed for the parade. I wouldn't call it a parade, it is just one big street party consisting of some very interesting individuals who like to listen to extremely loud music! So once I finally got checked in it took a while for me to figure out exactly how to get the power to work. Apparently you have to insert your key card into a ...