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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... laughed a lot. Once you start you can’t stop: had few more dances with different ladies (all pro bloody hell…) and, quite tired, back to the Hostel listening my body screaming “beeeeed please!”
Day 2: full of energy after a good night of sleep (finally). Walking through the city part 2: one bog lovely park, a lot of people jogging, visiting a big university, 2 churches and a good lunch at La Candela for the best Empanadas ...
... sat and watched dancing and singing in the stage, played cards and tested our strength in the game where you hit with a hammer and the emerging whizzes up the numbers. We met a bunch or Argentinian men here and had such a laugh with them, some were trying their luck some where telling us about their children but mostly it was just got banter! The food however was incredibly salty... We started to worry we would eat nothing because everything had a gallon of salt in ...
... took two days!), I decided the only thing to do was have some more fun (I know this is getting old, but I can't help it - to be fair, I'm pretty sure you're all here in spirit, so just to clarify, we're having a ball!!).
So.....I decided to go on our weekly social to Questa Blanca which is stunning (pics to follow) and this is where I realized that no matter how far I travel, there will always be that loud and ultra-annoying group of ...
... need. We had no other choice but to return to the room and try to rest. Kory spent a lot of the day resting and I got my blog up to date and researched my next adventure following the completion of this one. Thankfully we had plenty of oatmeal to snack on and quieten our growling tummies.
As I trawled the internet for volunteer opportunities in South America, I read many women's health projects in the area. Although they ...
... on the way out of town and stocked up for the day. We presumed that there might be no facilities at all as we crossed the flat, barren landscape of desert and salt plain.
The storm had amounted to little more than a patter of rain but the sky remained grey and ominous. The road was fairly busy and again, there was no hard shoulder or extra room for cyclists. Thankfully everyone gave us lots of space and often passed us with a ...