Conde Ansurez Hotel
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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... addressed to Mrs C Harrison of Bournemouth, England.
'What's the situation?' Ramirez asks one of the gun wielding officers.
'We have the suspicious package detained, and have called for the disposal expert, sir.'
'Very good.' Ramirez commends their actions.
A few moments later a man arrives in a full body bio-suit, ready to dispose of the offending items. Everyone tentatively stands back as the disposal expert ...
... ever done, first time on an organised tour, 31 days, 2 Continents, 5 Countries, 12 Flights, 12 Hotels, 5 Currencies, 3 Languages, 4335m above sea level, two man made wonders of the world and one natural wonder of the world, met a whole lot of cool new people, shared the first part with my family & second part with Dad. Life is good. Thanks to all of you who made my trip so special ...
... in public but after the win everyone was. I saw some guys doing cocaine off a credit card and guys just taking a **** against trees on the side of the road, and the cops didnīt do anything about it.
My first night I went to sleep at 6pm- i was buggered as i didnt sleep
on the 13 hour flight at all. I woke up at 2.30am and was starving so
headed out to find a feed. the restaurants were busy because Colombia
had played Brasil that ...
Guess what we did today?
We went horseback riding in the Andes Mountains and the scenery was fantastic. The choices were horse riding, white water rafting, kayaking, canopy zip lining or zip lining down the river.
Left the hotel with a guide at 9.00am for the Andes Mountains. Stopped along the way for pictures. Believe it or not we saw Hansel and Gretel's house (it's a restaurant ...
4pm on Saturday 21st February I boarded a flight to Santiago from Auckland airport. At 11am on Saturday 21st February I arrived in Santiago. Nope you haven't read it wrong and I've haven't got my times mixed up. That day I defied science and travelled back in time! Crossing the date line over the Pacific Ocean meant that I went from being 13 hours ahead of the UK to 3 hours behind. Needless to say I was pretty jet lagged whilst my body clock tried to adjust. I decided to ...