Howard Johnson Hotel Loja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a wheelchair
and back into bed. He got up only a few more times after that.
November 5th everyone berated him into getting
some blood work drawn.
When I picked up the results at our local laboratory the
young woman behind the counter watched me as my eyes scanned the pages of
numbers. ****. How was he even alive with the results I viewed? Prostate
cancer–end stage. I looked at her and blurted, “Mal!” ...
... studies at UCSB.. I said Joy.., Logan was in that program. She told me the dean wore a Harry Potter hat at the graduation.. They were in the same graduating class! I sent Logan a text and sure enough they were good friends... Small world! I spent the day with them. It was the day before thanksgiving and they had a lot of preparation for the 40 people they had invited...mostly peace corps volunteers. I joined them for the day to see Vilcambamba through the eyes of ...
... journey travelling through the night and taking two connections.
Having heard the border crossing was a smooth one, unfortunately our experience was anything but. Arriving at the border at 1am, all passengers got off the bus, received Peruvian exit stamps in our passport and walked the short distance across the bridge to the immigration office in Ecuador. This seemed straight forward enough, but just before crossing, a dog came out of nowhere ...
I got up this morning, packed up my stuff, and checked out of La Querencia. It’s been a really nice place to stay for the last six nights and I can only hope my next place is as nice. I got a van from Cuenca down to Loja that took three hours and cost $12. It was a pretty easy ride, no surprises, so that was good enough for me. We got to the van company’s office and I got a taxi into the ...
... are quite close: heuco and hueso. Just one, little, pesky letter. I'd like to see you try and explain to someone that you have a hole in your arm, instead of a bone!
Last week I was walking with an Ecuadorian friend. The word for leaf is oja (o-ha), and the words for pot is olla (o-yah). Yep, I told her about my pressure-leaf!
"No, no, no!" she said to me, shaking her head in disbelief. Her grandson was with us, and he laughed at this ...