Hotel Cordon del Plata
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... to say hello, and I'm British.......painfully, painfully British. What's wrong with a firm, but friendly, handshake? Maybe some non-threatening eye contact and a wave? Not likely around these hot blooded latinos. So, taking a 'when in Rome' mentality, I threw myself into this particular custom and began kissing all and sundry. Friends of friends, waiters, English teachers, no one was safe from my over-zealous embrace and kiss combo.......until we had a meeting with a ...
... to be open M-F 10-6, but the gate was locked tight with a sign saying the deli was closed. Damn, and we were hungry! Beware if you're counting on this as your lunch spot and you're pedaling. Then we hit upon Di Tomasso, where we quickly shrugged off a tour and sat straight down for lunch. I was expecting kind of a feeble offering given the humble surroundings, but they brought out a fantastic spread of sausage, cheese, awesome black olives, bread, and olive oil. We added ...
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The classes were quite small – in my first week there was only me and an Austrian girl, Heidi, who is actually teaching German at the school for 5 months so she gets the Spanish classes for free. We’re quite different in some ways, but we got on pretty well and ended up hanging out quite a lot together over the 3 weeks. In the second and third weeks we were joined by Alex (aka Mendotha), an American guy on his honeymoon, who’s wife Kasey ...