Hotel Estelar De La Feria
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... proceeded to pack and leave for the airport with thumping headaches; a combination of alcohol and altitude. We had a smooth flight to Fort Lauderdale then a brutal time getting through immigration and customs then having to change terminals, luckily our flight to LA was delayed or we never would have made it. Sad to say goodbye to South America and all the wonderful people we met a long the way. Until next ...
The noisy fridge drove me nuts, as did the noisy shouting neighbour and whoever was trying to get in the hotel at 3am, persistently knocking & ringing the bell - why don't these hotel owners just be a bit more honest rather than claiming they don't allow this sort of person to stay, as he did. Needless to say, 3rd night in a row of poor sleep - ******ety as all hell when the 6.20 bells forced me up!
His other lies quickly became apparent - breakfast not at the ...
... late as a result. But this meant we took off just as sunrise really became beautiful and once out of the fog at ground level it was a beautiful morning to be saying Hasta Luego and goodbye to South America.
It did not sink in that I was leaving. It felt just like any other plane journey and not one that was signalling the end of my backpacking adventure. Perhaps it will not sink in until I get home. The plane flew to Bogota in Colombia. It only took 5 and ...
One of the longest traveling days of my life starts with a piercing alarm at 04.50. On autopilot and with the hangover not quite a memory, we manage to get ready and set off for Gatwick. With a flask of the finest Yorkshire Tea next to me (hence the name of the blog), i think about what I'm leaving behind and the very real dangers that lie ahead. What if i really cant get a decent cup of tea abroad?? What if all they have is that ghastly red tea? What if, and this ...
... tired from our adventures and to be honest we were also a little homesick. It was getting close to 11 months but most importantly the Christmas decorations started to pop up wherever we went. Every time we saw a Christmas tree we were reminded that we will not be home for Christmas or with our friends and our families. Seeing the really big Christmas tree in Plaza de Bolivar didn’t help us much. Our only motivation was to get to Christmas morning as that ...
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