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There was an epic breaky provided at the hotel we were staying at including home made bread and pastries, little rum balls and, and probably one of the best orange juices I've ever had in my life. With the addition of our microwave scrambled eggs it made for a great start to the day. Our first stop for the day was the beach where Jez, Joel and Jenny went swimming. I stuck around on shore observing these weird fish leaping out of the water every few seconds. Being on ...
... robi wrazenie niesamowite. ale to najlepiej widac na zdjeciach. jak przejdzie sie w kierunku kolonii lwow i fok slychac niesamowity jazgot. oprocz okolo tysiaca ssakow przesiadujacych na samym cablo polonio w odlegolosci okolo 300 m od brzegu siedzi ich pewnie z 10 razy tyle. i to co tam sie dzieje jest trudne do opisania. jeden wielki jazgot.
po okolo 2 godzinach kontemplacji samej koloni tych slodko wygladajacych zwierzat i ...
... done a load of washing for a while, so first things first we took a load to the local laundromat. Its funny but getting your clothes back fresh, clean and smelling nice does seem to make the average backpacker excited. We were.
We just hit a local market, with a Scottish couple from our dorm, which we were told was good. It would have been good if we were senior citizens or babies. We went to a shopping mall near by for a ...
... our booking, because we didnīt check-in before noon (we arrived around 6pm) and they sold our beds! After a brief but fierce discussion (Of course, they guy behind the desk didnīt cancelled himself but someone else did, so in fact he couldnīt help it) But, he would call another hostel for us and yes, there was place there. Coming there, there were indeeds beds available....for 50 dollars per person per night! Outrageous for a dorm! Cheap-asses and smart as we are, we ...
Had a couple of days by the seaside here in this quaint little town. It was very nice but there was not an awful lot going on. For an example, we stayed in the second biggest hostel in South America, 250 odd beds but I think we were the only people there. It was like wandering around an aircraft hanger. Anyway we arrived in the evening had ...