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... as I have a quick nap. But don't get too much sleep before we swap and Leesh has a nap. After both feeling refreshed, we grab some snacks and set up to play some Yahtzee as Leesh is noticing she is quite sunburnt from this morning. She gives me a hiding in the games we play and we head downstairs and jump into a hammock to do some more reading as the sun sets. The sun is down and unsure if we get any power here, we decide to go out and find some dinner. ...
... We paid the cover fee and were ushered to a tiny open table in the back corner of the establishment behind the center bar and far away from the musicians. I had heard that famous people and their mistresses or escorts hung out at the bar, and we definitely saw quite a few couples that looked questionable. We ordered a few Cuba Libres (rum and cokes) to try and keep the party vibe going and get our dancing shoes on, but the drinks tasted so strongly of ...
... other leg. For such an impressive act, he definitely deserved a few quid.
In the evening Claire and I joined Parkie and two Australian girls he had met on his travels for dinner who provided us with some much needed tips on Bolivia. Upon deciding that the fish restaurant was too expensive, the waiter swiftly offered us the special tourist meal for half the price of all other dishes, which we gladly accepted. To our disappointment, we were ...
... literally couldn't pay attention anymore and I probably seemed like a rude westerner. I tried really hard not to. Then I got hungry and tired on top of being too hot and there was no hope for me to redeem myself! Here's what I remember about the fort other than the fact that I I felt I was being tortured with the worst tour ever. There are some beautiful views from the top and one spot where there is a fantastic breeze blowing though that our guide called 'gods AC'. I ...
... I was thinking. Luke said something to the effect of;
"I wish I could write a blog. A public blog, but one where I could say what I want to say about everyone and tell the whole truth about what I'm doing. If my mum read the true story, though, I'd have to go home."
I'm guilty of slightly bending the story because I don't know who will read this. Some of the events are only hinted at, shadows and euphemisms, but they're there. Luke got on my case about ...