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... 1674 but has been reconstructed a few times due to earthquakes. We particularly wanted to visit this one because of the celebrated catacombs: huge stone vats of underground rooms, filled with bones slowly decaying. Mostly they are the leg, arm and pelvic bones, but also heaps of skulls - very creepy. Our guide (compulsory) thought there may be the bones of over 20,000 bodies here, though there are no more interments. The library, on the upper level, ...
... card. ATMs in some small towns only take one or the other.
- Get shots: Yellow Fever, Tetanus, Typhoid, all the Hepatitis
- Malaria medicine is needed for the Amazon Jungle of Peru and Brazil and deep jungles of Central America. It's not needed where tourists go regularly.
- Altitude medicine is needed on your first trip to high altitude areas where you do not yet know your body's reaction. If ok reaction on first trip, later ...
... s first cemetery were the catacombs underneath the Monastery of San Francisco which are said to contain the bones of 75,000 burials. One area contained several large and deep holes, filled with bones and skulls arranged above each other in circular patterns. Pretty eerie, but a good place to shoot a horror film. The standout first however, had to be the invitation we received to a tinder party. Mother, feel free to ask one of your ...
... you will come up short but there was thing that perked my curiosity after seeing the room. When I booked online I choose the standard private room over the basic private room. What on earth is the basic room like? It turns out that the basic room is twice the size, offers clean wooden flooring, an ensuite bathroom, beige walls and regular illumination. Excellent, I love it when I get a good deal!
... and and giant hammerheads is awesome. Even with poor visibility we can see them. Had the visibility been better I may have confirmed seeing an orca. But the rest of the marine life is just as great, it’s just that our focus was on the big fish. In the afternoon, the family meets up again and we walk to the beach. They bodyboard and love it. They all do it and we have to drag them out of the water. It’s a shame that the sun sets at 6:00 here, I’m sure they could ...
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