Hotel Cerros de San Lorenzo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Juramento, we got our helmets on and our paddles in hands and got ready to gently float downstream. And gentle it was; after previously having tried some grade 4 rapids in Rangitata, New Zealand and grade 3:s in Tennessee, the Salta waters proved fairly non-white for me. The swirlies never reached above grade two. It was still good fun though, the water was warm and splashing the other rafts was pretty much encouraged. All but one stayed in the raft the ...
The Englishman Inside the hotel it was cool and naturally lit. The wood of the four large tables was glossy and worn from use and in the centre of the room was a billiards table. Against one wall was a long bar and from the bar through the glass doors opposite one could see the swimming pool and, across a grassy field, the ten smaller buildings, which were the hotel rooms, which were set in a semi circle around the main building. Outside it was clear and sunny with a ...
... to get out some survival skills, Bear Grylls style, urinating on ourselves to keep warm and eating witchity grubs. When we finally made it to the border of Bolivia and Chile they decided to test out their sniffer dog on our bus group. They planted something in one of the boys bags. I looked over to see the owner of the bag actually ******** himself (he didn't realise they had planted something in his bag), his face looked as if he had seen a ghost. When ...
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... the dancing and singing. The dancers were serious sorts and the dancing was fine, I suppose, but it was really the band that stole the show. Two excellent male singers on drums and guitar, and a hip youngster playing violin. His crazy instrument was shaped like an "S", open at both ends, and he could play that thing like a fiddle (joke intended). If the seats hadn't been so hard, we would have stayed all ...