Hotel Aranjuez Cochabamba
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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Manager went above and beyond to help me locate my I-Phone. Hotel personnel are top notch, from the bellmen to the waiters to room service. Excelent!!
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... helped to accelerate my learning and I wanted to make sure I got full value for money from my Spanish lessons! I found the first few weeks very, very hard in respect to learning Spanish. It was clear that the language part of my brain was quite slow and had not been used for a long time. I really needed the exercises to consolidate my learning. For the first few weeks I worked really, really hard with my Spanish, sometimes doing about four hours a day in total. Being typical Emma, ...
... had the chance to teach English to select classes for 90 minute periods. We had great success teaching students greetings, numbers, animals, and colors in English with creative lessons and interactive games.
Taking a break from our arduous work at the school on Thursday, October 1, we drove into the nearby city of Quillacollo for a day of site seeing.
We started out with a private tour, by world renowned archaeologist David Pereira, of one ...
... I have had many other friends who have completed the ten-day course back in California, and every time I heard about it, I thought they were completely crazy. I could never be silent for ten days! I could never meditate for ten days!, I thought. But then I began to ask myself....what is it that you are so afraid of? What are you afraid that ten days will reveal? And so a year ago, I determined to do a course, and soon after I decided to come on this South American adventure, I ...
... beautiful :)
>Back home, maybe take another shower, since i'm usually covered in dirt
>Tea and snack (dinner) with my host parents
>Then the night is mine to go climbing, out for drinks, maybe catch up on work stuff or whatever the evening has to offer.
>In bed, maybe practice some Spanish on Duolingo, or totally pass out with my computer in my lap
... was one of the Brazilian guys who were in our group. And luckily again, he wasn’t injured, thanks to the knee pads.
We ended up at a little restaurant that had showers and towels all ready for us. It was really nice to get cleaned up and then have a decent lunch at the restaurant. It gave us time to see all the pictures and videos Noel took, and i was able to take a copy of all of them onto my computer. The group headed off at about 3pm, and ...