- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to meet up with the 3pm "Tours4Tips" walking tour.
These tours really are worth taking - not just for the "pay what you think it's worth" concept -but because the company seems to have a very good social conscience and philosophy of giving back to the community; and the guides are positive and energetic (no doubt encouraged to increase their 'tips'!)...
We began our tour in the working port of Valparaiso, where it all ...
... two. It's so easy to bat away beggers, sellers etc. but actually interacting with these two looking into their gorgeous eyes really stirred up thoughts of how lucky my friends, family and I are and just how much we take for granted, it was very humbling. Our only full day in Puerto Iguazu and we headed back to the falls on the local bus, which runs every 30 minutes, some tour companies approached us selling tickets for the same price but these were far ...
... had spotted on our tour. The football was just due to start as well which was a bonus (not sure Alison and Alisha agreed though). The pub is owned by a Chilean that lived in Wales for several years. I'm not sure if he has got the ambience of the place quite right as it was very dark and depressing in there and was also very expensive. We decided to move somewhere with a bit more atmosphere and had a nice lunch at the base of one of Valparaiso's biggest pieces of street ...
... alone. I was impressed. I always tell myself how brave I am for going off alone into these foreign countries, but it helps that I've (1) been on a plane before and (2) been out of the country before.
I need to remember that playing chess is not a good way for me to meet people. For some reason I'm ruthless. I can't play nice. Diana and I had a running joke of saying "sangre" (blood) every time I would make a move, because I was so bloodthirsty in chess. I won 5 out of ...
... I should probably share this experience.
An unknown male, who I later learned was Bolivian, was using the shower two cubicles down from mine. Just as I was getting my shower started, he casually struck up a conversation from his cubicle. Unusual but hardly anything to worry about I thought. He then asked if he could borrow my shampoo. Hmm?
I was in the process of pondering how I could possibly get the shampoo to this ...