- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... small cabin. Jose bid me good night. I opened the door to the
small cabin, dropped my bag, and fell face first into the fluffy comforter.
After a moment of relaxation I went to the bathroom…I crossed my fingers…this
was a fancy hotel, maybe, just maybe it would have a hot shower. IT DID! I
relished my first hot shower in six weeks…I stayed in there until the tank ran
out. By now it was almost 8pm, I stepped
... We head out of town toward the main road. Before we even reach it, we had to get off the bikes and walk up our first hill...remember beach bike, no gears. We should have turned back. I will not detail the next 3 steep uphill bike walks because that is still not the worst part of the day...around hill 4, the chain on Robin's bike comes off. I manage to fix it. 2 minutes later, it comes off again. We switch bikes...Why? I'm now sure. Whatever.
On my 5th or 6th attempt ...
... just sleep all day and socialize early in the morning and late at night. 5. Although they do eat live food, it will make me more comfortable with creepy crawlers. 6. Having a gecko in my room will make me a much happier person. 7. They aren't very expensive. (15-30$ depending on the age and the species.) 8. They are potty trainable! 9. They only have to be fed every couple days. 10. They're adorable and it will make me happy and it's almost my birthday and ...
... home. People are friendly and smile at you as you walk by. With the language barrier I feel very out of the loop. But i am trying to speak as much as I can, and can understand bits here and there.
Samara is a beautiful little beach town. The homes are built right on the beach. This morning I took a long walk and did yoga with the ocean right in front of me. ...
... this part of the drive always has rain and clouds. I was not used to this kind of thing...and I was excited. We had agreed that we would take turns driving.... so my friend drove the first half and I the second. I was unsure of what I should do as I never drove a left hand drive car or on other side of the road like in the US. This was new for me...and for the first few minutes I was adjusting...but it didn't take ...