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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the highway took us onto a bumpy dirt road and the further we went the more remote and rugged the country became. With the mountains pressing on the left we passed shanty houses every so often and thin clouds of black smoke identified more all around in the distance. I feel bad about calling them 'shanty houses'. What do I know? Houses that looked like squalor and hard times to me. But to the people that live there it might be something different. It might be great. A mans home ...
... into our hostel. They gave us some blankets and we all passed out on their rock hard sofas for a few hours and woke up to everyone having breakfast around us! After some much needed sleep we got a bus to the local wine region (Mendoza is famous for its wine) to hire bikes from Hugo's Bike Shop to tour the local vineyards on. We were given a map that made everything look very close and easy to find and set off! We started well and ...
... it is happening.looking at each other.. oh and one note from last nite in hostel..not an exact rranslation..but.. i was complaining about my bum..and response from Veru was.. woman without bum is like week without sunday (zena bez prdele je jako tyden bez nedele)oh she is right this gorgeous friend of mine:-)) checkin in..airport..smelling parfumes...off we go to Atlanta.sat next to a sweet American guy wuth great sense of humour..was laughing a ...
... when I returned to the hostel an Israeli in my room had stolen my pillow. He had two and I had zero. So rude. And what I used as a pillow did more harm than good, giving me neck pain I'm still fighting nearly a week later. My neck hurt so badly the next two mornings I couldn't really do anything. I took lots of hot showers, one day I went to the pool at another HI. I walked around the city's gorgeous plazas. They are plentiful because after the last ...
... valley with a river at the bottom of it and with all kinds of different pools and different temperature water to loll about in. It made for a relaxing few hours and I think I was finally able to successfully score some brownie points with Ruth thereby.
It had been a good day and we were stood enjoying the fading of the light when (this being a gap yah of sorts) Ruth just CHUNdered EVerywhere! Miguel’s parents must have ...