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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... ladies. Their interactions and body language demonstrated that they were clearly more than just a tour guide or friend but not quite enough evidence to show they were in a relationship. From what we gather from the endless hours of observation is there is some form of underground male escort service that is disguised as a tour guide service. We watched interactions of hand holding, meeting early morning at the hotels for breakfast, heading to ...
... little maggot floating along the flesh of your morning breakfast! I have decided to stick with dried figs going forward. We continued to head deeper down the maze of dirt paths and approached an old abandoned hotel wedged in along a gorge. The property still neatly intact, each building holding its structural integrity. It looks as though one morning everyone woke up and decided it was time to leave, no tourism, no money - let's go. ...
... we were introduced to a whole swarm of people who all knew who we were and thrilled to see us. I still haven't a clue who half of them were, although I am certain one gentleman was the hotel manager, he asked for our passports and money and then IMMEDIATELY changed his mind about the money idea. He looked at Kory and I, took my arm and said "no money, a gift." The oddly large group of people that had come to welcome us all showed us to our room and at one point there was ...
After an exhausting morning of travel, the four musketeers were eager to start another continental journey in Tunis, Tunisia. Before we went off on another one of our expeditions, we had a great taste of African cuisine at the Tunis airport... Not! From the moment we stepped off the airport, this country was extremely different from any other country we have interacted with yet. ...
... strengths, my persuasive skills and my cleverness. I tricked her into leaving, saying that more "lotus" pills would be at the location I was taking her. She followed. I put her into her room, and locked her in. I didn’t let her out until the morning, when she had come down from her high. She was fine to leave after that. Lesson learned everyone, be like me, when a stranger hands you something, don’t take it!
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