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... hilarious and my shoelace came undone. We then found the bus terminal, purchased tickets which was difficult with the language barrier and got on the bus! Began daily meditations. Today Im slowly feeling more positive and adjusted. Our bed and breakfast hotel is called Puerto Espandida BnB. We arrived and everything is PERFECT. The BnB is so cute and lovely and great. I have fallen in love with the city. So much street art and ...
... front, back and each side. I walked past the front entrance and around to the back where I was supposed to present my passport. Unfortunately, the guard at the back side entrance did not got the memo (and also was no comprende for my English and lousy, limited Spanish). He insisted that there were no tours on Tuesday – only the weekend.
Finally, someone who worked in the Palace came by and told me there were tours today, but I had to go the front entrance. Uh ...
... disgusting coffee and a rather nice Avacado toast, before accosting the info centre, collecting brochures and stretching our legs around the main square. Back at the hotel we were ready to drop, we managed to wake up long enough to explore our area, and discover the resteraunts, corner store, bottlo, cafes and ice creameries before sampling a glass of Chilean Sauv blanc while talking to a charming German couple who now live in ...
... was no sign up list, no key at the main desk, and not even legit towels to use. I essentially had to camp out in front of the only shower room there, then once someone came out, I had to quickly dash in before anyone else found out it was free. While I was using the room, there were people knocking every minute to see if the room was free, and that was just weird. At least I was able to get a shower, so I was very happy about that. Once I finished ...
... the people in other Countries were so keen and capable to speak English. We had so little Spanish we found it quite difficult straight off. We need to pick it up quick!
We stayed in an area called Bellavista and even though the hostel was very basic the area was perfect. After a quick power nap we hit the vibrant streets. The neighborhood was alive. The streets were lined ...