Las Garzas Hotel
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... another beer (the beers here are huge but light like coors light). After a very filling meal we headed back this time only seeing a few cowardly stray dogs who meant no harm (as they weren't protecting a herd of cows).
We stayed up a bit longer, I enjoyed the tranquility of this place and sat outside, beer in hand, playing with the dogs and trying to get the cats attention. Night came early as it was another very hot sunny day and it really drains ...
Something we were withholding made us weak,
Until we found it was ourselves. - Robert Frost
Where love rules, there is no will to power; and where power predominates, there love is lacking. The one is the shadow of the other. - Carl Jung
Certainty is the greatest of all illusions: whatever kind of fundamentalism it may underwrite, that of religion or of science, it is what the ancients meant ...
... then in free practice. A few minor mistakes, and pronunciation issues, but the idea the usage... Just acceptance and storage. They were a pleasure to teach, well usually up until the last 30 minutes when they start to miss around and I need to get them playing a game and out of their seats. I played some great games with them, as shoppers and shop assistants, another week we were doing take away food, so we had them driving up to driver thu's and making orders, and they seemed ...
... on a plane. The tickets had cost us about $9
each. After 2 Hollywood movies in Spanish with no English subtitles we arrived
at the bus company terminal. So far in Peru we haven’t found any central bus
terminals just each individual company having its own terminal which is a real
pain. We arrived at our hotel which has gone a bit crazy on the bright coloured
painting scheme. The exterior of the hotel is mainly lime green. Our room has a
lime green bathroom ...
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On Saturday, we came to Perú from Ecuador. We stayed at a very nice hotel in Piura, Perú called Hotel Metropolitan. For dinner, we walked across the street to eat at a Chinese restaurant. It was hard to order vegetarian food because most things on ...