Howard Johnson Hotel Loja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Loja
... budgeting (me not Rach), having to think about a next destination and of course micro fibre towels (hence Rach deliberately lost hers months ago). I write this with the backdrop of a girl on Skype to her Parents for about an hour debating whether she should visit Chile or not. She switches from English to Hebrew whenever she wishes to slag her friend off. It is annoying me, not that she is slagging off her friend, this seems reasonable as earlier I heard the friend use ...
... at me. Ain’t I smart.
Gads! Enjoy the meal. Be thankful. Be happy.
Malike and I had conversations a bit similar. And I notice he and I would swear when we talked. I don’t hear the locals swearing. One woman said ‘ai, yi, yi.’ That is the worst I’ve heard. I don’t swear when I talk with the locals. A bit of a puzzle the swearing thing.
Okay, enough on the N. As.
What else? I am glad I stayed in Loja ...
... rock and they went running – down a steep hillside road that was one of the last of the paved roads. I threw the rock after them and they heard it on the road and redoubled their speed. It was a hoot to see them, running full tilt, ears plastered against the sides of their head, looking over their shoulders at the dreaded rock clattering after them. I saw another ten or a dozen dogs but had no trouble with them. Maybe word got around.
So a good hike and ...
... down sign and down he pops likes a reverse jack in the box. His head misses the stop light is missed by inches (to be accurate about it the light does nothing). He thanks me profusely, saying that he should have remembered that light. I think it would have killed him. Whew. Quite the NUGGET for those of you intending to travel on the upper floor of a double-decker bus - anywhere on earth. And the odd thing was that the buzzer didn’t sound.
... show me his choices. He plays the guitar – not electric but traditional – this may be a parental thing from his tone and expression. I can tell that he really likes music. He shows me some current bands, and Cold Play (who he seems to revere), the Beatles and some of the older bands. "Jimi Hendrix?" Oh yes he likes Jimi. This is where he indicates that he plays guitar. Jim Morrison? He doesn’t know Jim Morrison. It is about this time ...