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... owe him another $135 USD. He insists on trying to speak to me in English, although it is so broken that I can't understand him, in spite of the fact that I speak Spanish. He speaks English (sort of) to me, and then I translate it back to him in Spanish for clarification. It would make a great blooper. He could not make it clear why I owed him the additional money, in either language, so in order to get him to leave, I paid ...
... parts of the city. When we got to the tourist information centre we found a lot of people waiting, some of them a g adventures tour group. Just before the tour started the girl said we would split into 2 groups and the g adventures guide said we are a group of 11 so they went with one guide leaving the rest of us about 15 in the other group. Pretty cheeky of him really, g adventure charges about $100 a day and he took them on a free walking tour. The tour started with ...
... was constantly going off. 'Diego's English' was on top form as he kept saying "this is a little bit stressing, way to get the police to find me again". After he finally got the alarm to stop we drove to a mirador (view point) over the town and then walked from here to an artisan market street. We had some yummy Asian style Peruvian food and then Diego dropped us back in town to pick up our bus tickets. We went to the cathedral in the main plaza to try and go in ...
... was I? Oh yeah, it's a waste of paper and although I'm not paranoid, the paper trail it creates does set up the possibility of identity theft.
Another movie has started. It's dubbed, but has English subtitles! I'll take it. Oh wait, it's 47 Ronin. ****.
This one is a tad more serious, because a key behind why developing countries... ehhh, well if they were more efficient, they'd have more spare time or could do more work and get paid ...
... never wear. The driver was sorting out the BBQ and as we both agreed to camp we put up the tent before it got dark. Steve's first time camping this could be interesting. The campsite/ hotel was right by the beach in between two rock faces so it was a wonderful view, there were even more seals swimming about in the sea right in front of us. We had our BBQ on the beach which was delicious and the drinks started flowing. Everyone looked awesome all dressed up and there were some ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed