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... not do it justice.
When we arrived at the Chilean border all the bags were taken off the bus and put through an airport scanner, this was the strictest border crossing security we had seen so far and have seen since. A couple of people were even questioned about the contents of their luggage! We were, however, disappointed by the lack of contraband discovered.
The next day, following a quiet evening and a ...
... roundabout ride, I got to the hotel. Lily, Dan, and Ruby had already checked in and were in the city so I was supposed to pick up a message at the front desk that contains the room key. The first thing I did was take a much needed shower and then went to the hotel restaurant for a burger. Eventually Lily, Dan, and Ruby got back. Though Dan lost one of his luggages and had to go to the airport to figure out this ...
... the post office and I am thinking la vega - the famous market to buy things like fruit and vegetables and cheese amongst other things, and also cafés to grab something to eat. I just have to find the motivation to do it, and not sit in bed watching episodes of banged up abroad on YouTube all day. I know this is a relatively boring post, but I think the photos capture what a great experience Sunday was for me, I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed taking ...
... white, green, blue and red), bathing in hot springs and wandering the crazy rock gardens and stanky geysers. Thank god for my time spent living with my man Tommy fingaz Mabon otherwise I would have been wildly underprepared for that level of natural gas. More bubbling than a Todd Carney bender.
Between the four of us (Julian, Tom, myself and new Scottish pal Suz) we nabbed some pretty special photos of the scenery and wildlife on show - peep the facey and flickr albums. We ...
IES Abroad - It would have been easy for my study abroad program to decide I was too much of a hassle to go abroad; instead, they embraced all my health issues, and worked with me to make sure I could get every accommodation I needed. After being hospitalized, I was sure they were going to send me home, but once again they know how much studying abroad means to me and so many other students, and as long as the ...