Hotel Casa Rosada
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... but only two to do with tourism. What to do? What to do? I don’t know. I want to do them all.
Working in Guatemala, I would be living around Lake Atitlan and working for a well established non profit that helps support families with education, health care and a myriad of other projects that all have government funding. Working in Colombia I would be helping a young NGO that is only a year old get its feet off the ground. I would ...
... to roll towards it.
Dinner was at a table, by the marina, overlooking the river and the town in the distance. A week long celebration/feria 'in the sweet name of Jesus' happened to be running in town and the biggest day was today. A castle was burnt (which we missed) before they set off a spectacular 15 min firework display which was on a par with Auckland's NYE display.
... saw some kid that must have been about 8 driving a scooter whilst texting which I had to double check, we got followed by some dude in a pickup truck at night when the German guy took pictures of a passed out tramp. met some weird old guy from Iowa – who turned out to be one of the inappropriate trunks brigade and some Indian woman who was about as small as a stick insect that wanted to join me for my day trip, but was one of those people that intensely stares ...
... seaside port of Livingstone.
Rain coat at the ready and soon these were needed plus the provided large plastic sheet. It was the driving rain on the face that felt like ...
... down into a river and out the far side....I think this is where I paled! ****! was the main thought that went through our heads. At this stage conversation was limited to necessary communication. We parked up out of the way and BJ went to investigate with a flashlight. I stayed in the car and tried to figure out if it was safe for us to park up here and sleep in the back until daylight came. It seemed pretty isolated, which could be a good or a bad ...