Stanford Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... periods of time in one place to really get to know your surroundings. It could mean interacting more with the locals than the other travellers at your hotel/hostel/etc. It could mean so much more. WARNING: Cheesy paragraph ahead In many ways it probably incorporates pieces of all those things. But I feel an authentic experience for me personally as I seek growth and learning this year, starts ...
... around me in the past four years stories about work and kids are almost all I talk about anyway haha) so I will only pick two of my favourites from the day. The kids were asking us where we were from so I told them we were from Canada and I asked them if they knew where Canada is and got the most serious straight-faced answer "Si! On a map!" which I thought was pretty cute. The kids were also guessing our ages and were pretty close with most of ...
... to re-tell the story of what happened.Might have been slightly more efficient if they had just written it down the first time round, but hey…at this point we were still just happy to get our stuff back. After a while a non uniformed guy asked us into his office, and once again explained that we can only have our stuff back if we give our testimony. I explained I thought that's what we just did, 20 times, and it was only then that he explained that we were not at ...
Messed around on my computer for a bit. I've been having trouble with it recently. Hopefully I was a little successful in getting it to work better.
Met up with Nick at the mall and we met up with his friend Hugo. We caught a taxi to Hanzo Peruvian Japanese Cuisine. Unfortunately, they hadn't opened yet. For a little background information, Hugo is a fashion designer. So, unsurprisingly when our first plan of pre-dinner drinks just ...
... taking us to eat. The 'mentor' I was paired with, Jackie (I'm apparently Jackie 2.0 since she was here first. Fair enough), took us to Aladdin's (not surprisingly, a Mediterranean place). The shawarma was quite good. Prices are a little less in Quito. The meal cost around $5.00 for the sandwich and beverage. Also, my germophobia reared its head again; the bathroom was out of hand sanitizer. I've come a long way since I was a kid; since I actually used the bathroom.