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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to unite with you and thereby bring forth something new, a creative synthesis emerging from both of your depths. He desires to liberate that which has been hidden by the separation between knower and known. His ultimate goal of knowledge is not increased mastery, prediction, and control but rather a more richly responsive and empowered participation in a co-creative unfolding of new realities. He seeks an intellectual fulfillment that is intimately linked with ...
... excited to be learning English. Me and Luke were mid way through our contracts, and realised we had hardly taken any days off, in a meeting with one of the school directors, I ask about us being able to take half day holidays, we realised we cant take Monday to Wednesday off as there aren't any other teachers to take our classes, so that leaves Thursday and Friday, and realistically with out time left we were probably going to take all the Thursday and Fridays off until the end ...
... but we don't know necessarily why, we just know 'this' sounds better than 'that'. This is still happening all the time, everyday is literally a school day in more than just one sense. Maurico my student is a cool little dude, around 14, his level of English is pretty good, and I could make jokes and have good conversations with him. The next two weeks pass by, Mauricio passes his exam, Id like to think I had something to do with it, but in reality he's a clever kid. So ...
Another very long day on the truck
today, and a campsite at a town called Chiclayo. It was right on the beach and
pitched to us as a hippy type of place. If I was a hippy I would be offended –
there was no running water, so you had to flush the loos by pouring a cup of
water down them from a bucket which ran out of water within 3 minutes of us
being there, and the showers had some water from rooftop ...
... who told me
that it was s50 (£12.50) per night, with brekkie and lunch included in the
price, which is very expensive for this kinda area and for the amenities on
offer, oh hell I thought, I guess that I can manage here for a night or two!
So I was shown to this lodge, shaped like a pyramid, I
wonder if there’s a reason that the lodge has been built like this and I
realised looking down at the guest register that I was the ...