Hostal El Malecon
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... I couldn't wait to get the hell outta there. Unexpectedly, my main "new experience" that I had there was actually involving food. My entire life I have more or less kept Kosher pretty strictly, but I made a decision to make some exceptions on this trip...feel free to reach out and ask for more specifics. But the funniest part about venturing outside of the Kosher world is that the first thought in my head was - "****! Now I need to try a Philly Cheesesteak!" Anyone who knows me ...
... immigrating to Canada with her husband and family. Her son has a scholarship in some kind of engineering at the U of Regina. He plays rugby. I have a look at her husband who sits across the table from her. It is clear where the son gets his rugby genes. Should I talk with them, ie how do I say: Hello, I met your wife and… kapow I wake up in traction?
Guy, my lunch partner, has paid the bill and we have signed off agreeing to meet tomorrow again for lunch.
... for Montreal. I will visit my mother, and some of my brothers and sisters in Plattsburgh. My cousin Andrew McKenna, who has just published his book Sheer Madness, will bring his mother (my mum’s sister) to Plattsburgh for a brief visit. Andrew and I hope to get out for a bite to eat to talk about our writing and so forth. Eventually our mums will no doubt need to be dragged apart.
I can’t imagine any of those times as something to post though they will no doubt be ...
... of the Incas.
Everything is so dry and it is so hot. It is a desert landscape around.
The bad thing while visiting the museum is that they have nothing from their cultural discovered. Everything from them is located in our museum, the one in Europe.
I wish they could have some of their objects or treasure that colonial found and brought home.
I changed three times of hostal as they were very basic without a kitchen to use. ...
... mini bus who couldn't speak Spanish. We firstly were taken to the new museum which has English explanations and amazing pottery. The temple was a huge surprise as so much of it has only been recently excavated and the friezes were brightly coloured even though they are over a 1000 years old and it was a lot larger than expected. It was a bit like layers of an onion where archaeologists had dug down under the sand to find 5 palaces ...