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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We got up this morning and decided to go on a walk to the presidents house which gives out free tours on Saturdays. It was no Buckingham Palace but definitely still worth a visit. Afterward we walked to a bakery which did the best homemade empanadas we've ever had. Over here it's definitely their equivalent of fast food as everyone was dashing in and out to get their lunch. We took advantage of a free concert going on on the main avenue- ...
... andy, but we decided that there was no harm in us trying to get back on the list, besides, we made a good impression last night.As expected, we got there and the crew was pretty happy to see us again, they recognised us and despite space being limited, we got let back on the bus. Legends!We headed back to the bar for our free drink, but this time only had time for one beer, so we pee'd again and we were off on our around the block walk. Again it was an ...
... the main greenhouse is closed due to renovations. And all other greenhouses are closed too due to any other reasons. Well there aren't that many anyway. The bigger focus of the shell-sponsored botanical garden seems to be the statues from half-naked women. They are really nice! There are also lots of trees and some nice palms and flowers. And many banks to quickly smoke a cigarette. Then walking into the palermo neighbourhood. Stopping at a bakery for ...
... jacuzzi bath!!!
Clare had been paid in Pesos and had barely spent any of them so I had an important brief to help her with... to get rid of them in the following four days!! Luckily I am just the kind of girl to help out with such an issue... as I said earlier, it simply wouldn't be viable to take them home hehe.
Through hard work, dedication and determination we achieved our goal and offloaded the Pesos. ...
... honest, the thoughts were there.
The 14 countries visited were facinating, the scenery sometimes stunning, the riding unforgettable, the experiences of a lifetime but the best, the very best part, was the people I met. Too many names to mention (and scared I forget someone) but the friendship and kindness I experienced over the six months, whether on the road, campsites or accommodation was something I will never, ever forget. I thank you all for ...