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Seriously...that post doesn't look movable. Maybe that's what they do to you around here when you don't pay your tickets!
Decided to just sit and read all evening. But after a while I got the hungrys. I thought I'd enjoy munching out while reading would be a nice change. Went out and got a bag of ...
... noticed that when Mom packed my swim trunks, the tie string was missing form the waistband so no diving. I had to hold them up when exiting the pool. I spent a couple of hours out there and I usually don't swim but it was so nice. Showered and went to dinner at the hotel, fettuccini Alfredo and a coke. Later I went to the bar area, which is both inside and out, and worked on last night's blog with a guava/chili ...
... deal as the car had goooood ac. We chatted the whole 4'hours about everything. After the car ride I was convinced peru and Chile is where I wanna be, it didn't take much convincing mind you haha I kinda knew. He even dropped me at the door of my hostel. Super cool. The hostel is awesome, prolly one of the best I've stayed in. At a price though, 180mx a night which is like $15 bit pricey ibut breaky is included. I checked ...
... have kept us too long in our chilly, smelly hotel room.
After considering the options (few), we decided to re-run our crossing of the plain near La Ventosa, hoping that the “occasional” strong wind event we had met a few days earlier had passed. By the time we reached the forest of turbines that worried us on the first crossing, Elephant was flying and we were making great time in very favourable conditions. ...
... the mature-active” adults. Old enough to have a taste in a wide variety of music, from the older classics to today’s pop music, and active enough to dance to everything from swing and cha-cha to disco and line-dance. Wednesday’s opening performance was to a smaller crowd than what I expected, but, just like Florida, the Mexican snowbirds are on the way and should be arriving with the next few weeks. Most of the lakeside venues are ...