Mercure Thalassa Port Frejus
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... much till you get to the end. That's after taking a ticket out of the machine when you start & putting it back in when you finish. To do this you have to queue for up to 10 minutes, which negates the time you saved travelling at 130. It took me a week to master the ticket system now I get a bit cranky when the bloke 5 cars in front stuffs up and we all have to reverse. ...
... in the smog of Lima with the beauty of the Andes just a memory.
But what a memory. As I named this whole blog "who'd have thought I'd ever have visited Peru", it was something I never expected to do. I don't expect ever to come back, but who knows? Perhaps Annie will meet the man of her dreams (nightmares?) and stay for ever and then I'll have to come back (to do the other train trip that only goes once a week from Lima to La Oroya ad Huancayo...). None of ...
Here I setup my blog for the coming months.. should work fine, specially posting by emails sounds promising...
read it today and got inspired...
"All you need on your journey is an open mind, an open heart and the open road. Where the road will take you, is a discovery worth experiencing. May this adventure live in YOUR open heart for many more years to come."
... wall (I think the a/c unit comes through that wall) that the tub was was being lifted up and out of its tile surround. The grouting and tiles were squealing and creaking in protest. Thankfully it stopped after a few minutes. After a long sleepless night, we woke up to torrential rain which continued unabated all day. Great. What a welcome to the south of France! It is just strange to see palm tress and bougainvillea and other obviously ...
... and is owned by an elderly British couple. The captain and his wife are South Africans so it is quite a sweet deal. I just have to graft hard and show my interest. My foot is now in the door to what could be an awesome and promising career.
I hope this has brought you up to speed with my last 7 weeks of life. I hope and pray that everyone back in SA is doing well and if this all pans out like I expect it to then it will not be long before I see you all again. Blessings to you all...chat ...