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We arrived in La Paz and got picked up from the bus station by the principal of the Spanish school and dropped off at our host family (Vicente & Alicia) for the week. We thought that it would be a good idea to stay with a local family to help us get used to using and hearing Spanish while we were enrolled into an intensive Spanish class. …
... pups and the water was blood red and it looked like she had just given birth. Right next to her were two bulls fighting and they were going at each other and who knows what it was about but they look so funny on the surface, such awkward movers so it was entertaining watching them fight lunging at each other and taking bites out of each others blubber. Even though they are clumsy on land they are bloody massive and look like they would weigh a ...
... wrong so we never found it using both GPS units. It was also not helped by the fact that the town set deep in a sort of gorge is
criss-crossed by many road tunnels in which of course the GPS cannot function, not being able to receive signals from the GPS satellites. One of the bigger tunnels now used by vehicles used to be an underground river! We then had a look at Morrill Camping site in town but it looked scruffy and totally unappealing so that was given a miss. We ended up, ...
... this area) it was rich in oysters,until disease struck,though I understand stocks are being farmed and slowly built up again.We were surrounded by cavernous pink rocks and a beautiful heron filled mangrove.
Tony and I were exhausted, we make coffee at 7.00- 7.30, I listen to the weather on SSB/VHf , or both, we make have breakfast,wash up,tidy/stow,get kayaks,dinghy,snorkelling gear ready, do jobs/maintenance,prepare lunch (with my happy Finnish ...
... me the obvious when I got to H/C Top – the sewage tank had overflowed and deposited a delightful layer of ‘lavender’ from one side of the ship to the other. He and other crew members were busy in their Wellingtons doing the necessary. I nipped out onto the main deck holding my breath as best I could and went and sat on the forecastle in the warm sunshine. It wasn’t as quiet as usual as a high pressure hose shooting sea water into the port anchor hawse was making ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed