Hostal Jardin del Sol
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A good choice and more like a hotel then hostel. Super clean and safe, a delicious breakfast and plenty of pleasant sitting areas to relax. The owners are very nice, caring and take pride in their establishment. I would definitely stay here again if in town.
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Višinska bolezen ni izmišljotina in tudi ne hec.
Nekateri ljudje jo dobijo že na višini 2.500 metrov, drugi malo višje, spet tretji pa nikoli. Ker se v zadnjem tednu stalno plaziva (ok, voziva in hodiva) po višinah med 2.500 in 4.500 metrov, sva seveda postala pozorna tudi na to bolezen, ki je zaenkrat hvala …
... I'm pretty sure that when we arrived at 5pm the owner and his new wife were still sleeping the party off. When we did meet him, he lived up to his reputation. A big gregarious Chilean with a booming voice who was quick to welcome us and confess that yes, he was now a married man, "proof that no one is perfect". He also filled the image of being a big kid the next morning, when we woke up and went downstairs to the courtyard for our breakfast ...
Sorry for the recent radio silence! This is going to be a long one, so feel free to take a coffee break before we get to the Chile crossing.
A few weeks ago, Pukara, the school that is run by my boss and her husband had its four-year anniversary. We had a big bonfire complete with dancing, singing and hot-dog roasting the night before, and then on Sunday we had a Recycled Fashion Show, for which the kids (and more importantly their parents) ...
... harder than we thought.Thankfully before we came away Craig the landlord of the world famous Round Green Tavern loaded a dozen albums onto our Kindle which is currently keeping us sane.So the next day it was back on the bus for a six hour journey south to the border town of Tacna.We made our way round to the local bus station and joined in with the mad melee of finding a bus to take us across the border into Chile.It was all very frantic and ...