- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We wandered along the "malecon" or boardwalk by the harbour and then enjoyed the almost 10 minute drive back to their place at the beach. We finished the evening with a glass of Chilean Cab Sav, chatting and listening to the waves crashing on the beach. Beautiful end to a beautiful day. Sleep was good. (Except for Kate, who woke up several times in the night ready to scratch off her skin. Seems like maybe a sun/heat rash - the whole torso is covered ...
... from Chiclayo taking you through immigration easily, as when I went to Ecuador for a few days on a visa run the border crossing was convoluted awkward and expensive.
A few weeks before leaving the school, I came up with ideas of keeping my costs down, one of which was extend my stay at the school by two weeks, another was to use couchsurfing and the other was WWOOFing (cheap or free bed and food for working a few hours on a farm). Within a few days I had ...
... and he took us directly to where we wanted to go!
The Parque ended up being just so-so. The wildlife exhibit was anti-climatic and the buildings were nice but not extraordinary. The most interesting thing was watching the people, especially the women, most of whom wore high heels, tight pants and low cut tops. We met a Jehovah’s Witness who was very friendly and not the first person to ask if Jane was Emily’s mother! Jane had ...
... speed, and I was able to watch the first NFL game of the season. Seattle hammered Green Bay, and after the first half, it wasn’t really much of a game, but it was just nice to see football on again. I love the NFL season! I also love the fact that tomorrow morning I’m going to fly to a place I’ve been dreaming about since I was a little kid. I’m going to spend eight days in the Galapagos Islands, and I couldn’t be more ...
... called Las
Penas. The houses here have brightly coloured exteriors and wooden shutters
which make it very picturesque. We arrived in the latest riverside development
called Puerto Santa Ana which is virtually unoccupied and a poor modern
contrast, although the apartment block built from the old silos was an
interesting feature. Retracing our steps we found a train booking office where
we were able to book our tickets ...