- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... chap who told me the others were out on the ranch collecting cattle and they’d be back soon. About 15 minutes later, 4 people arrived on horses, 2 of which were other travellers staying at the hostel. Me and the guy started chatting and I had a distinct feeling we had met, but I didn’t recognise him, then his wife came over and recognised her face, but could place it. After chatting with Claire and Phil for a few minutes we had figured out we ...
... result to these awkward moments!!
On a separate note though, their grammar classes are at a serious level but obviously I cut the mustard because I've been asked to teach at a private Institution for languages (whoop, whoop)!! Should be interesting explaining simple present or conditional sentences with my limited Espaņol vocab but I'm going with the genius of Oscar Wilde....I am so clever that sometime I don't understand a single word of what I am ...
... known cities of Carlos Paz and La Cumbre, La Falda gets lost. There probably aren't more than a handful of North Americans a year come here--and those probably by mistake.
But it's a mistake worth making. La Falda is a lovely, clean, flower be-decked village that is really very pleasant. A far cry from sweltering Cordoba, La Falda sits on the edge of the foothills and just looks pretty.
... grocery shopping bores me in Townsville, in a city where I don't know the language, it can be very interesting. I think I manage it very well.
On Friday I went to a sports club with Agus's mother, whilst she trained for hockey whilst I talked to a little girl and had her saying Aussie, Aussie, Aussie and vegemite by the time the hockey training was finished. It was then time for a beer or two!!!
Of course I still ...
... should attack the road again incase the steep climb up from the lake is no longer passable or non existant..it turned out to be a wise decision, the water was already flowing very fast down the middle of the road and we were glad to reach the flat part again..
another 10kms later the road began to climb more steeply up into the hills..the vegetation was more interesting with trees and large bushes obscuring the view over the ...