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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
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... past everyone. Aaron and I end up having a few laughs about our bus experiences, eat some goodies we had bought from the supermarket and wait for the bus to put a dvd on. They play "just go with it", a Jennifer Anniston and Adam Sandler movie, and it's in English. We both look at each other and can't believe what we were witnessing. However, about 5secs later they change it to Spanish, we knew it was too good to be true. After a few mins the bus worker puts on english ...
... to practice Spanish. We spoke of the economy, the royal family, my travels and where he'd recommend I fake hike here in Bolivia and his 17 year old son in Sweden. It was really great. Each time I have been in one of these places I have been the only non Bolivian, but I'd definitely recommend them, people will talk to you, they're really cheap and it's another experience to my South American ...
... was 190 but found a shop where it was 80 and I was dithering for ages on which colour to get and got down to 70. Ended up getting plain black. Had wanted a hoodie to keep head warm but didn't have so got the jacket and it had zipped pockets too. Then was hungry do had biscuits and used toilet in the English pub. Finally I bought a big colourful scarf which I don't think ...
... conversations about political conspiracies concerning capitalist *******s, several hangovers, one trip to see some very dissapointing dinosaur footprints and lots and lots of Chicken and chips. We also co-founded a new national holiday - England day (later extended to commonwealth day). It signifies a reason to drink the following weekend after Australia day purely because if they have a day, why can't we?
Another night bus brought ...
... off 3.5 hours into our 4 hour flight rather strangely to provide people with some sleep just prior to landing. We landed in the very backward looking La Paz terminal at 3am Bolivian time where the contrast in weather and altitude between the Caribbean coast was highly noticeable. It felt strange to wear jeans again, which prepared me for the cold but at 4000m, the altitude would take some getting used to again.
The taxi ride to our hostel proved ...