- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... altogether and just hiking around the world. But at this point in my life, this simply is not feasible. Perhaps someday if I can make traveling self-sustaining--but right now dedicating months and month to trudge across vast expanses of empty countryside... well... it's just not realistic. Hiking around Pennsylvania, Switzerland or the Draa Valley of Morocco, yes... hiking from Chile to Mexico... no. So today, I going back to ...
... the hill for our "official tour".
Funny thing was that once we walked around with Alana, the things we saw made so much more sense. The permaculture area is called a Food Forest. This means that everything is all living together but it really didn't look organized, just a huge mix of herbs and plants and trees. Okay we'll buy that. Then we saw an area where they house all the recyclables for future use as building materials. As the tour continued she pointed out the ...
... Neil headed over to the bar and offered to buy the bartender, our friend Leo, a shot. They had one together and then our friend Wilson came over, so Neil had a shot with him. The third shot came a little quick, when Leo offered to return the favor and buy Neil one. It was pretty funny to watch but then the BINGO game was about to start so one we went.
Our new Swiss friends, Ben and Nora, came out to experience the picnic too and they arrived just before ...
On our next trip to San Isidro, we kept our eye out for some lettuce seedlings. We did find them in two different places so we brought them home and planted them a few days later. We really had no idea how many to buy so we saw a partial tray and said, we'd like all of these.
Over the weekend we finally had a chance to plant them and found out that not only did we have enough new plants to fill an entire bed, we had ...
... to find food and then planned to meet back in the middle (think food court). I got to the middle before her and decided to grab a free table close by while staying on the lookout. 5 minutes passed and I still hadn't seen her. I figured she was just in a long line. Soon after, she found me but she didn't have any food with her. She said that the pizza she ordered was being made and it would be ready in about five minutes. After about five minutes she went back up ...