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... with some of the language problems as most of the staff do not speak any English. She is really sweet and she agreed to come to dinner with us to and translate. She said she is lonely and misses her family, so she is excited to have a dinner out with friends. We are happy to have her along so we can know what we are going to eat! We are headed out as soon as Poncho gets back - hopefully very soon. I need to download pictures - which I may or may not get done ...
... are so cute and fluffy but they have really sharp nails and they scratched me. Later, we went to a playground across the street between our hostel and the beach. I liked it a lot because the ground was covered in sand. After, we went to the grocery store and I bought flip flops there. I wanted them because I only have two pairs of shoes. Later for dinner, we walked to a Mexican restaurant. Unfortunately, my meal was not very good.
... Unfortunately the weather wasn’t great as it was overcast for our entire stay, something which the owners said was very rare for this time of year. However it was still close to 20 degrees, so it wasn’t all bad. The waves on the beach were unreal and the property also has an outdoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi, which was great after playing around in the cool sea.
We couldn’t have been made more welcome in the guesthouse ...
... nights in a row the argentenains invited me to eat with them and they prepared a proper argentenian feast: MEAT. meat meat, and more meat. chorizo and beef and pork and chicken and it just kept coming! i don't think vegetarians exist in that country. it was really sweet of them to invite me, i think they felt sad that i was on my own! i had a really special time in montaņita, and was sad to leave. i couldn't decide if i wanted to see a couple more places in ecuador, or just keep ...
... Guayaquil and to which we had taken the same route to Monantina. They had left England 9 months prior for a world trip up the east coast of Australia, around New Zeland which swimming with the sharks was perhaps their best experience, traveling through the typical South East Asian route and then crossing over to South America. One of their stories that stuck was their dentist experience in LaPaz. Crossing Uyuni, the guys molar tooth broke after a root canal in ...
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