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Finally we met some more Gaucheros at the exit where a small waterfall spat us into the river again, where we could wash off the bird ****. It was pretty amazing.
Theres nothing to do in the jungle by night. The service in the 'hotel' was shocking and the 'bar' closed at 8pm so we smuggled in a bottle of rum and the lads tried to teach me to play the card game 'Hearts'. They failed.
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... her friends, all while simulating slow methodical intercourse. Interesting... We ploughed through a bottle of the local liquor aguradiente, which is kind of like Sambuca ( not my fav ), and then worked on a bottle of Tequilla. We danced to some Latin beats and had a drunken time. Not to go without sampling the local customs, Nandy spoke to a decent looking mama-sita nearby, and soon I was putting to practice the new dance I'd ...
... vote in local elections, or maybe to check out a special offer at one
of the town’s shops. This is a common feature of Colombian life and at one time
or another these mobile audio platforms
can be heard doing their rounds in most villages and towns. But apart from that Hostel Trail was an
excellent place to stay with friendly, helpful staff and equipped with all that
we needed. At 50,000 Pesos a night for
the room with private bathroom (around R230) it ...
... 8216;settling’ will feature anytime soon in my life, at least not in the sense of staying in one place at one time.
I think I may look to adopt the flexible working lifestyle, being able to work to live and not live to work. I was inspired by a lot of fellow travelers and ex-pats in Medellin who are doing just this, with lots of ideas and discussions on how it could work for me, that I now feel ...
... back then and now, he put a big smile back on my face, and it’s true. I am stronger from this and I know, and have been told even by him, that I deserve better. I can already fondly remember many memories and laughs we shared and I would like to thank him for making me experience new feelings I had not felt before.
Everything in life happens for a reason and if you don’t ask you don’t get, back to the ‘at least I tried ...