Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional
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... I had never been to before. It was a very interesting place because the walls were covered with laminated photographs and framed newspaper pages and articles that looked decades old. There were also antique telephones and gramophones, old Latin American records in their sleeves, a collection of empty cigarette packets stuck onto part of one wall and two flatscreen TVs showing some very eccentric and low-budget-looking cumbia, reggaeton and merengue videos ...
... my laptop and we looked through them together. She also had a sit down on the sofa in the living area, in front of the air conditioning, with a bottle of water I'd put in the freezer section for a bit to make colder.
We didn't have all that long there before we had to get the bus back to BSL. We did however stop at the fruit shop round the corner first, where I bought a pound of grapes and some light green plums for Mum. Back at ...
... we also got to visit with Elissa for a bit. She was very happy with the box of shells (that we got when we stopped in Ballenita) that we brought to share with her. This was our entire day…five hours there and back plus visiting time. We had lunch with Brent at Burger King (LoL…I don’t even eat ...
... the airport but as I sat down
with my cup and noticed the stares of nearby blokes, I realised there was a big
rip in my trousers – about 8” right up the butt. Not sure when I did it but
really annoyed nobody mentioned it – just when I needed to be travelling with
someone but Ulrike had taken an earlier flight. Of course, my luggage had been
loaded so had to pull ...
... mama and baby sea lions and the red crabs. As we went further, we saw another blue heron. Going was slow in the zodiac because we were running directly into the waves on the way to the ship. Finally arrived at the ship and boarded around 7:00 p.m. Dinner was announced for 7:30. Had dinner, then a briefing on tomorrow's activities, then to the library to write this journal. Signing off at 9:50 p.m. Wakeup call at 6:45 a.m. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed