Hotel And Restaurant Bambu
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to the school where we took Spanish classes from 8am to 1pm with a short break for coffee, bread and sometimes cake. The lessons were one-to-one allowing us to get a better grip on the advanced tenses subjunctivo and imperativo. Our tutors differed greatly in their approaches. Paul's younger teacher Gaby had a bit more of a structured approach whilst Jenn's more experienced tutor Susan focused more on conversation. Jenn and Susan discussed many pertinent political ...
One thing I have to say, and may have already mentioned, I am really glad that I don't have to drive while I am here. The couple I stayed with last night were great in taking me to the bus station, which would have been a challenge to find on my own.
I had an interesting bus ride. Saw lots of crazy things including: a girl holding a baby while riding on the back of a motorcycle, many people ...
... only were a few other people in the bar and they had no interest in the television. Unfortunately all we could get was reply action of the Celtic-Internazionale game. So after a longhorn burger (another first on this trip) and finishing off my beer (Gallo, pronounced guy-yo), I headed back to the hostel and was sound asleep by 9.30pm.
The only problem with going to sleep this early is that your body naturally wakes up after a reasonable time which for me seems ...
... titanic on me, and is now vertical in the water, so I grab the back end of it and use my weight to pull it down to level it out. By now, Purto is paddling towards me to help me out, and as we sit there in the water bobbing up and down, we come up with the only logical idea that he speeds back to shore and gets a boat while I hold on for dear life. So he grabs the camera and heads off like The Flash and I out there trying to find my thongs and the oar. I swim the ...
... the hot lands of the Pacific slope and the chilly highlands. Its market is one of the most colorful in the highlands. Its residents wear traditional costumes, the women covered in striped red cloth and the men in their outlandish "space cowboy" shirts, woolen aprons and embroidered trousers.
This Friday was a brief day of exploration around Solola’s market and then walking down its clogged main street to the well ornamented Parque ...