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This last week was pretty lame. I'm getting in the habit of going to classes, my schedule is pretty easy. And then i got this awesome sickness that started wed night and has had me down for the count for the rest of the week. Started as a sore throat and turned into one of the worst head colds I think I've ever had. My head feels like it weighs a million pounds and my ears are killing me. Because of it I havent been sleeping well. On friday I was determined to go ...
... he decided he wanted to move to the city. Two years of rebuilding later he moved in - and read out a poem dedicated to the process at a housewarming for his friends. (Why haven't ours done something similar?) A bar for concocting an infamous punch; toilet with glass door; carousel horse in the lounge, brought from Paris; pluh rocking chair, 'La Nubas', from which he could sit and watch the world outside his window... Just some of the highlights of ...
Saturday 17 nov San Juan ( Argentina ). To. Vina del Mar ( Chile ). Trip 578 km. Total 11515 km The first big city we pass ,The second largest in the country, is Mendoza. We have visited Mendoza a couple of years ago, when we tag a couple of days extra to our Jaguar tour around Bariloche. At that time we also spend a few nights at the winery of Meindert Pon, a dutchman, called Salentein. South of Mendoza we turned west and start following the ...
... time that I noticed we were at sea level was when we were walking up a set of steep stairs in order to get to an area where there was a lot of graffitti art on the wall to look at. There wasn't a shortness of breath and despite the heat I walked up over a hundred stairs without feeling like I was going to faint. This doesn’t sound like a huge accomplishment, but it was for sure. The difference in the feeling of high and low altitude is something I ...
... twenty four hour day. From there we have the mission of entering Bolivia, which is the second and last country in which we need a visa to enter. This should be able to be figured out at the border, but as we all know, nothing is ever as easy as it seems. We have to pay US dollars (I need to get my hand on some of those) and show proof of a yellow fever vaccine and hopefully that will be enough to suffice, but I have heard rumors that you ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center