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... but as will possibly become a running theme one person has irritated the riddly bleck out of Harry.
An English bloke who is living in Bogotá teaching English. You have a job, why live in a hostel was my first thought. The sort of bloke who always has a better story then yours and with whom you will be having a try hard, faux soulful conversation without ever consenting to it. Yesterday he used his best amateur philosophy to try to convince Harry that ´the world is ...
-Airplane bottle of rum (the girls next to me pulled a mini bar out of their bags)
-A neck pillow
-Granola bars (for when the planes only veggie options are potato chips)
-My water bottle
So far, I'm pretty pleased with how light I managed to pack. I haven't come across anything I wish I ...
... is different to anywhere else we went and I often felt a little unsettled. A beautiful country indeed, but yet to fully blossom eg; So many coffee regions producing amazing coffee, yet no real culture around it. For now South America, it's not goodbye, but see you soon. We will be back one day to conquer Venezuela, Chile, Guyana, French Guiana, Suriname, Paraguay, Uraguay and the rest of Argentina hopefully in the not too distant future! We now move onto phase two... ...
... before the flight time. I thought he was being over cautious as I would normally only arrived 50 minutes prior in London and still have 20 minutes to grab a coffee before boarding. However, when I arrived at Rio airport I could see why you needed to arrive 2 hours before. To check in and drop a bag required you to join 3 separate snaking queues. It felt like staff and passengers were the blind guiding the blind. It took over an hour to get to the front of the ...
I was a bit nervous about how today was going to go, but it could not have gone smoother. I got up this morning and packed my bags to leave my casa. Elina and her daughter had gone to the beach two days ago and were not coming back until this afternoon, so I didn’t get to say bye and thanks to her. I did get to say bye to her mother though, who was a sweet lady. She didn’t speak english at all, but she ...