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Friendly guy and cute place but for as much as it is, not a good value. No hot water either in the room.
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... people we have ever met. We were shown our room for the night and asked if we wanted to rest in bed or by the pool. By the pool please, obviously! Behind the house there is a huge garden with a lovely swimming pool surrounded by a few sunbeds. It is nicer than most of the hotels we have ever stopped in. So, we got settled by the pool and we were thinking how cool everything was. This was made all the better when every half hour or so Pablos mum would come out from the ...
... everywhere all very passionate about their team and country
8. We came across traditional Andean culture which was similar along the whole mountain system no matter what country you were in
9. They are all addicted to eating ice cream no matter how cold the climate. We have partaken ourselves and found the ice cream to be very good.
10. Most people drink strong black coffee but the quality of what they drink ...
4. SANTIAGO’S UNDERCOVER OVER-LOVERS!
Santiago’s undercover over-lovers are never recovering…and they are never actually undercover!!!! Everyone in this city is “booed up!” It’s like a pre-requisite for living here. Step 1 – find a place to live. Step 2 – find a job. Step 3 – find yourself a honey so you can snuggle up with in the parks. No need to be discrete…no one is! ...
... changed that though. La Paz is a city with a fascinating history and culture. We began outside the famed San Pedro prison, basically a city within a city. Inmates rent their cell and work for an income to sustain themselves as the government gives them nothing. For those of you who have not read Marching Powder I thoroughly recommend it. Brad Pitt is about to make it into a film. We walked through the famous markets which cover 42 blocks on the weekend, mingling with Chorlitas and ...
... Metropolitana. A homemade meal with 8 other hostel guests rounded off a successful first day. The second day - and my friend Pia's arrival - saw only a little sightseeing. Lunch with Nico at Mercado Central - a traditional fish market that makes you fight the urge to throw up from the stench while enjoying some local delicacies. With the energy from lunch we met up with a few other Germans to watch the match against Ghana. Though that requires no commentary ;) Though the ...