Hotel Las Penas
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... and a somewhat bloodied past of conversion by the sword.
From here though, it was a rather twisty route that we took to get to Huacachina. The ride consisted of what could only be described as learner level driving, only he had about 50 people to keep alive and drops of a few hundred metres to avoid, not cones in a carpark, you know it's bad when it put my mind at ease to think 'If he overcooks this corner at least we will only hit the wall instead of ...
... the short ride down the road back to the apartment. We spent 2 hours chatting with Paul and Shayna on FaceTime so it was nice to finally catch up with them. Then we cooked dinner and spent the rest of the night talking with all the family, even Nan and Pop where there and Lois called in for a quick hello too. By 11 o'clock we had packed up and were ready to call it a ...
... they are harmless, yet I could not persuade Dad to go snorkelling with them.
We eventually set off to cruise thirty minutes or so back to Santa Cruz island to a beautiful isolated sandy beach, here we had our beach walk and our swim. As it turned out there was hardly anything to see under the water except a solitary marine iguana who was very fast, so the beach walk was somewhat better. At the far end of the beach we visited a lagoon ...
... As soon as Iīd checked in my big case I had the fruit salad and checked the Republica del Cacao t-shirts (they didnīt have any fitted ones so I didnīt buy one) before going through to passport control. As soon as I saw the massive queue I regretted the time I'd spent eating fruit salad because I only had an hour left before take-off. I felt increasingly agitated as I waited because I heard my name being called, telling me to identify myself to someone ...
For the past few days, I have researched and interviewed several sources to make sure I fully understand the project and to clear a number of questions I had back in Alaska. The questions I felt were necessary to answer and understand are:What is the problem(s) we are solving with this project?
Are we solving the real problem(s) or just a symptom of the problem?
Are there other alternatives ...