Estancia Inn Hotel
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... get on pretty well which is handy. I'm pretty ready to leave though, starting to get bit too comfortable with my routine of drinking everyday and real late nights then waking up late and wasting the day. Not really what I'm about. Apparently we are off next Friday so 8 days, my main concern now is that the al merrick surfboard I ordered arrives in time. I'll be pretty devo if it doesn't, fingers crossed. That's about the weeks events. Check back in few days. Cheers, ...
... and sat down by Trudi, who was selling Easter stuff. Makes me think of my kids and grandkids. I miss them. Trudi talked so much that we had to leave. We went to another store with mean signs. What happened to friendly service.
We decided since it was afternoon, that we would get a hotel and try to figure out our blog and not travel on Sunday. We are staying here until Monday morning when we can send home some stuff we will probably need the day after we send it ...
... Awake at 5am, what’s with me? Think I’ll just have a look on the computer,
as I do most mornings and HORROR, I have a message from Floss telling me their
flight has been cancelled and don’t go to the airport as they won’t be
there? Fortunately we get hold of each
other on Skype! They have no idea when
they will be flying out, but at this stage the earliest will be Sunday but no
guarantees, how absolutely awful, this is ...
... South America. Dirty streets, beggars, people trying to sell their **** onto you. The only difference I found here was that I was welcomed to every pharmacy and asked if I wanted to buy Viagra. Wow!! The pharmacists kept saying, Hey, Honeymoon couple (Me and Pat!), you wanna buy Viagra. This is the place to come if you have a little problem, or if you wanna have some fun! Did you know that you can even buy Cuban cigars that contain Viagra. You can get it ...
... thankfully saw Wayne still in the queue (I think we thought he'd be in interrogation). It turned out that we had to pay $6 for a green piece of paper that allowed us into the main building to get our stamp. I did want to point out that it would of been helpful if they'd put signs up about this but Craig told me to shut up.
When it was our turn to get our green piece of paper, the guy from our first encounter turned up ...