WZ Jardins - Lorena Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lt;3 I’m currently sorting out just ridiculous amounts of paperwork but at this exact moment I am super excited because I think I have found the perfect family to stay with! I am just sitting in my dorm room, singing along to my headphones and someone just walked in. Oops. Anyways LOVE YOU ALL and talk soon xxxxxxxxxxx
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... as did we, we still managed to withdraw some Paraguayan cash in the form of literally millions of inflated Guaraní, process our visas, pass through customs, hail a taxi, find the Él Nomad Hostel, and have our eyes closed in our beds before 1:30 am, really 2:30 am Brazilian time. We slept soundly on our first night in this last South American country to which we will be introduced during this, our one year journey, with only 45 days remaining.
... that I was going for the challenge and the adventure. I reminded myself of a favorite quote 'a ship in a harbour is safe, but that is not what ships are for'. The next three months were going to be an unreal experience, but in particular the first 3 days would provide me with an opportunity to learn a great deal about myself. I will be completely out of my comfort zone, a new country, a new language, new friends to be made. If I am the people person and leader I think I am and want to ...
... the only 1 tap available, it was freezing!! Turned the pressure up hoping for just a little hot water but no luck. Rinsed my hair trying to be brave - needed a wash. Then one a cap off a pipe burst! luckily was easily fixable but decided no need for pressure, so turned it right down and there it was - lovely hot water!! Was very relieved. Only one adventure planned for the day. Needed to go to the bus station to get bus tickets to rio. We asked at the front ...
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