Hotel Pinares Del Cerro
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... con leche. Not just tea with milk as we know it, a cup, tea bag and pot of steaming milk were delivered to the table, whereupon he poured the hot milk straight over the tea bag filling the cup! Happy with my (almost English tasting cuppa) I declined to try the milky tea that is apparently common on the menus over here, but he seemed to enjoy it! After a lovely afternoon out, we headed home for dinner and some much needed R&R following the eventful weekend!
... trash. Nearby is a legit, full-fledged casino, which we obviously had to stop in and take a tour of, and by tour I mean we put 300 pesos each on red and of course 26 black shows up, and two minutes later we were outside again. The venue consisted of three stages, each one continuously running a slew of DJs, running from about 8pm to 6am, with the headliners going from midnight to 4amish. The venue was laden with hipsters, hippies, and just a lot of weird people in general, and ...
Writing this application under these circumstances was both a weird and interesting process - something like starting building a bridge between my past and future. I had to analyse my wohle life, past experiences and personality from the perspective of conflict. What kind of conflict did I experience in my life? When and where? How did I react? What do I think I could have done better? etc. And at ...
Depending on the book you read or person you talk to, there are either 2, 7 or 9 universities in Cordoba! :-) Whichever number is correct, it is where the Jesuits set up the first Argentinian university and now it is really a centre of education. We walked around one of the student areas and, even though just about everything was closed due to a public holiday, Republic Day, and a weekend of general strikes (we were aware of neither!), it still had a feeling of studentness (new ...
... each day like it was their last....truly inspirational and Im privileged to have been able to spent my last 3 weeks in their company. Then there's Chilong, probably the sweetest girl I have ever met from South Korea. She is almost like a little doll and one of the nicest people I have come across on my trip so far. Last but not least there is Smitty, a "bloody Peruvian" as he has been aptly named from Cusco. He is a guide for ...
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