Hotel Los Olivos
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to rampantly hump his leg and throw her arms around his shoulders grinding on him, which at first was hilarious but later a little worrying! Running away, David made the other boys dance with her too and they all experienced the overly friendly actions of the older lady, with some finding it more traumatising than others. Eventually when she was through with the boys she moved onto the girls, targeting Becky in the toilets! After being ...
... on the subjunctive tense. I've got a great amount of homework to do tonight in order to prepare for tomorrow, including writing out verbs, doing a worksheet on por and para, and writing three essays. How fun! But hey, only 4 more classes left! I was also told today that I will be needing to prepare something to say at my going away gathering during our break on Friday, but that will likely be ...
... but it was dark already so we could only see the lights of San Pedro down below us. We got dropped in the centre of town, thirteen hours after leaving Semuc Champey, tired and uncomfortable from having been squeezed into the human equivalent of a sardine tin. We were hungry though and as this was Peter's hometown he took us to an Italian restaurant not far from where we stopped. The meals were large and so we were fairly full by the end of it, but Peter, who runs a ...
... my amazing powers of deduction, (she looked like a backpacker to me), I asked her if there were anymore hostels in this direction. It turned out she was from Argentina and had been travelling for a few months and very kindly showed me down a path to a hostel that was right down lakeside with a lovely decked area. They had one room left, so taking no chances I booked it for the next three nights.
Nothing to do with the fact that the rate is reduced if you ...
... be a little more accuarate and you don't start to get twitchy when the bus still hasn't turned up forty minutes later. However it finally turned up and unfortunately for me, there only were about three seats left in the minivan. Of course any with a bit of leg room had already been snapped up. I managed to wedge myself in beside a skinny local lad near the back.
Now I have a theory here - the skinnier the person you are seated beside, the more room they seem ...