nu house boutique hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Unser heutiges Ziel ist die zweithöchste Hauptstadt (ich betrachte Lhasa als "Hauptstadt") der Welt auf 2'850 m.ü.M. Den Flug hatten wir schon vor ein paar Wochen gebucht, ansonsten wir ohne Ausreiseticket bei der Landeinreise von Costa Rica Probleme gehabt hätten. Das Reisedatum ergab sich aufgrund des Ticketpreises.
Beim Frühstück …
... some new vocabulary...broncar (to snore). At least that's what Javier said it was. I feel like such a jerk for not brushing up on my Spanish speaking, but Jen does quite well. The hotel last night was so nice! And breakfast this morning was a delight. I really appreciate the fondness Latin America has for bread...maybe that's where my love of pan comes from. Anyway, next stop ...
... up the northern hemisphere, where we have been accustomed to the sun being in the north.
As well as crossing the equator we also cross the continental divide, and we start driving down through the mountains towards the coast. Any rain that falls here will end up in the Pacific rather than going into the Amazon. The journey is through lush forest. As we descend the forest starts changing again, becoming more exotic with palm trees, bananas and other exotic plants.
... we tried to figure out a way to reach the plaza square that did not involve having to cross the parade path, which zig-zagged through the old city. We walked up and down several steep streets and managed to come in on the far flank of the parade, where we found a beautiful restaurant in one of the inner courtyards and had a very nice lunch. We took our time, but when we emerged the parade was still going on, more than three hours after it ...
My alarm came way too early for my liking. My own fault though. At least I had plenty of time. In the morning we toured the school we are doing our practice teaching at. It is the same school that my host sister Camilla goes to. There were a lot of students - essentially a sea of blue given their uniforms. The kids seemed nice enough; we'll find ...