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... It was really really good. Although, it was advertised as all you can eat, and I could have definitely ate some more. But it did include lots of free wine, so it was a nice birthday dinner for Michael. Afterwards we headed back to the same bar for a couple more drinks. It was a relatively quiet night, because Michael wants to celebrate his birthday in a nightclub at the weekend.
Because BA is so massive, we've had to split it ...
... was so minimal that the stars would light up the night sky and we were able to enjoy some fabulous views. We were also treated to some fabulous sunsets and sunrises, which seemed like the perfect way to start or end the day. Other favourite parts of the trip for me were visiting the coffee region of Colombia, and cycling through the mountains of Peru. Which was also the hardest cycling that we did on the trip. We also cycled through 800km of barren, sandy desert, ...
... is warm. Things dry quickly. We have great jackets and were told what to bring to wear. Our hired boots are wonderful. It is all very comfortable except that it takes time to dress for each trip ashore. We certainly can’t wear those clothes around the ship as it is too hot.
There is a French passenger aboard who is in a wheelchair. They have a special chair for him that they use to lift him on to the zodiac (rubber motor boats that hold 10 plus driver). He is ...
... dormant in Tucson save for the two conversations I had at the cell phone store and the bank. We spent another hour at the party and then decided to share a cab ride home.
The following day Sam, Betty, and I met up for dinner at an Italian restaurant. I had pasta with a white sauce and all of us split a bottle of red wine. We enjoyed the warm summer night as we sat outside and ate right next to the park that's next to my house. After this I took them to ...
... Castellano—a language that is essentially Spanish, but Latin Americans like to make a distinction between their Spanish and the Spaniard’s Spanish by calling it Castellano) in Buenos Aires is very different from the language spoken in Mexico and Spain. Instead of yo (pronounced yo), they say yo (pronounced sho). Instead of Ella (eya), they say Ella (esha). Instead of pollo (poyo), they say pollo (poh-sho). It’s definitely not what I’m ...
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