Francia Inn Hotel

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Airport Trials Pt. 2

A travel blog entry by pohearn818


... offered me was incorrect. They are going to send me a revised letter with an increased salary. Win! I respond to the offer letter telling them I would accept, pending an update based on the salary changes. Right away, I get a response informing me that yes, there will be an update and immediately get a revised offer letter.

At this point, we still have a ton of time left and Liam pulls out a beat up deck of cards and ...

A day in the life of a tinder partier

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde


... Initially I was devastated, no bread, pasta or beer. The World Cup was just round the corner! "You can't watched the footy drinking Piña Coladas", I fretted to myself. Or could you...I do like that dreamy, milky, nourishment. It might even work on cornflakes. Ceviche was still very much on the menu though. The fresh corn and salted snacks that accompany the fish, sweet potato and salad made for a fairground of flavours on ...

Week 1: Lima & Huacachina, Peru

A travel blog entry by mitchandsally


... I don't speak Spanish) has been used multiple times when they have spoken Spanish to us at their ultra fast speeds. And although our first week has been rocked by earthquakes and volcanos in South America, none have directly impacted us thankfully. Hopefully though when we reach Quito or Banos in Ecuador we may be able to see the volcano from a distance. We look forward to telling you about our Galápagos Islands trip next week, but in the meantime, Adios! Mitch & ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


What is it with Peru – why in the desert do they have hot
water yet no fans – it doesn’t make sense?!

Grabbed a quick coffee before heading to Barranco, a seaside
burb a few k away but with the traffic and bus perpetually stopping, took more
than an hour. Some pretty little colonial streets & nice watering holes –
had good coffee & cake for ...

Day 10: Living Like a Local

A travel blog entry by msj322


... The first bite was delicious and so was every bite after. It was fried, and therefore everything that is fried tastes good. I mixed the guinea meat with some hot peppers, yum. I was told after I left some bones on my plate that those were edible too, except the femur. However, I passed on that suggestion. For the main course, I had a Sea Bass glazed in orange sauce with some potatoes. We also tried a sample of each others meals, which ...


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