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... chatted with a 70yo lady from Sydney in Annecy who was spending eight weeks travelling France alone, I've met families who are travelling with children and solo middle-aged travellers taking short holidays. Not all hostels are party hostels - which is nice because sometimes its good to chill out, but a bar is always nice for socialising. Aside from the above there have been some other lessons along the way... <ul><li>Smiles are universal, ...
... things that I have missed since being away. My family and friends being the obviously and most important one. I have missed little things too.
-Free water at restaurants
-Mexican Food! (there is absolutely no good mexican food here...there aren't even corn tortillas!!)
- Being able to communicate with people with my cell phone (and not having to wait till I have a Wi-fi connection)
This list used to be a lot longer, but as time ...
... Asia Minor, the settlement occupies a well-defended hillside and has a large perimeter wall," according to Lonely Planet. “The remains of over 50 cylindrical stone and mud dwellings have been discovered, along with prehistoric utensils, indicating that the Choirokoitians practiced a sophisticated lifestyle that included well-developed hunting and farming. They also appear to have buried their dead under the floors of their dwellings, as indicated by the remains ...
... Stop sharing online other people's experiences. Have your own experience. Do not be afraid of the
world. Drop the fear. There is nothing to be afraid of.
the moment! Live in the moment! Celebrate life!
I read during my travels:
Greek- at the hostel at the falls de iguazul)
years of solitude by Gabriel Gracias Marquez
in the time of cholera by ...
... and pizzas are at 9.75. Burgers are huge with the burger blu at 9.50 –the normal size while the big blue is at 11.50.
There are more expensive dishes like the Chicken a la crème for 15 euros or the Lamb Cutlets for 16.50. Portions are big but I still find these two a bit expensive.
For a cheaper alternative I noticed a sign post at the entrance stating that a free glass of wine accompanies any ...