Not bad for a $15/night hostel. Which is more than I can say for the Aussie showing off his boney chest covered in monkey hair!
I’m happy and thankful to have stayed at the Sanctuary Lodge at Machu Picchu, but at $860/night, one night was plenty!
Made some fast friends during my stay at Pariwana Hostel in Miraflores. I wish I could roll them up and take them with me!
I ventured out and spent the night at Pariwana Hostel in Miraflores where I studied a person, the place and a thing.
Part 1 of 3 in my photo-heavy version of the “week in the life” article I finally finished.
I’ve only been in my new place for about an hour, but it already seems to be quite an improvement. Here’s my place for the next 6 weeks.
Pics of where I’m staying and some nice girls I met. And we’re going on a trip together!
Can you spot Neko in 3 of the pics? I could live here forever.
If you ever want to really catch up with someone, listen to a one-hour conversation between them and an advisor/therapist/life coach/astrologer. To occupy myself while listening, I took these pics there in his room:
I’ve got just over an hour before I have to check out of room 803 and check in to room 2001. (Just 1 night in 803.) Here it is:
They’re putting me here: 60West About an 8-minute walk from the job. I checked Trip Advisor for the real story. Looks good to me!
This time tomorrow we’ll be checkin’ out of ol’ Oceanside Beach Resort. Actually, they shouldn’t call it a “resort”. More like Oceanside Basic Motel. No more scallops salad and tuna tartar from the Gig Shack on Main St.: No more Beach Berlin:
Made it to Robin’s place in Dallas! Burger, talking, photo shoot, now sleep! See that couch? It’s about to be my bed.
One of the top 2 reasons to stay at a bed and breakfast.
Woke up way before my alarm and wandered around this huge house. Really nice. And really quiet.
I researched b&b’s in the Memphis/Jackson area and decided on Highland Place. Proved to be an excellent choice!