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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... P and S being overlaid to represent "peso." Either way it's generic, and it's still confusing to see a menu with $20,000 written next to a pizza.
Confused and slightly richer, I started thinking why there would be money on my pillow. It turned out that Anke had decided to move to the hostel that had been full, and left (almost) what she owed for the night. She packed up and thought all her bases were covered. The only flaw in the plan was that meant ...
... leaving Bogata was so heavy it took over 2
hours before we were on the open road. The road climbed up and then over and
down a mountain range choked with hundreds of trucks. Our lunch stop was not
until after 2pm. We stopped at a road side café and had a hen dish which was
enormous pieces of over boiled chicken which obviously was not very nice plus
soup and large slices of avocado. We arrived at the town of Armenia (no we
hadn’t taken a wrong turn at ...
... not only for himself but also for other colonists. Ocampo then proceeded to sell land for settlement. To encourage settlement, Ocampo returned to Anaime to ask for the help of his friend Juan de la Cruz Cardona, and to marry thirteen year-old Arsenia Cardona. Six months after its founding, in August 1890, Armenia had reached a population of 100 people, allowing it to gain legal recognition by the government. The city was initially called Villa Holguín, in honor of the ...
... of logs that happened to have a large rock on the side to hold onto. That was pretty nuts, and actually, I got used to the bridges after awhile.
It took us just over two hours to reach Acaime, and by this time I was a sweaty mess. Diego probably could've ran a marathon at this point. We had a drink up at the farm and I took some pictures of the hummingbirds. Luckily, the trek ...
... but way better than the guy that got boiled alive or the apostle that got sawed in half... the long way... ****** first.
I love religious art.
The guard and I had some funny conversations about which apostle we think got it the worst.
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