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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... there filling out the registration forms we met an Irish lad from Cork called Ed. We were only chatting to him briefly but he was really sound and it turned out he was staying in our room. We left our bags upstairs and went off for a few beers to a bar just around the corner. As we were chatting away we couldn't help but notice this couple beside us wearing the face off each other. They were totally shameless. It was like my first score at Irish college with Laura Murphy. ...
... After packing, unpacking, and re packing,our backpacks, relentless measures to reduce our capacity, Lizzy's constant but loving harp to take that shirt out, or reminding me that I don't need 3 jumpers, we were almost there. Oh the dramas of packing your life into a backpack that is suppose to be your wardrobe for eight months, dress you through every season imaginable, and sustain your insanity. But we kept reminding ourselves that minimalist is good, that we will ...
... fun that was. All in all a great xmas day of fun. The next day we wanted to go to El Tigre. A town on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. It's surrounded by rivers. We got there on the very very slow train and then we booked ourselves into a boat that just goes down the various rivers and you can see all the houses where people live on the river. It was very pretty. It was just a hour long boat ride and then we headed back home. The weather was fine but it wasn't that beautiful so it ...
... the 70’s and events were needed to restore national pride and to take people’s minds off the lack of freedom, the people who went missing and those who were simply tortured and killed. The hosting and the winning of the football world cup in 1982 was long forgotten so the military decided to retake the Falkland Islands (the Argentineans still believed that ‘Islas Malvinas’ were theirs). They sent very young soldiers, many of them under 20, with ...
... and after a bit of that I decided it would be a good idea to do the bike tour. I went on the bike turn of the north side of the city 'the rich part'. It was great! I really enjoyed myself, minus the fact people biked sooooo slow. A Colombian guy (Juan) asked if I wanted to dinner with him. I agreed and said we would meet in an hour. My back pack had arrived by the time I came back from the bike tour. I was incredibly excited to shower ...