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February 24, 2005

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MdicialviewStics

Hi
I don't know what happend? Where are you many?
G'night

ineedtop

Hi,
Usually your creditor will be willing to discuss with you alternate payment options and solutions, because they would prefer to get some payment instead of no payment at all from you.
Your credit rating is one of the most important things you have and you are in complete control of it.
Or are you applying for bad credit credit card to fix your current credit score?




providence marriott



Thanks

CHE!!! amigo ten cuidado!!! con las chicas son peligrosas!!

Fawad

Always keep really hot women around...they are good for helping with altitude sickness... if you cant find a hot woman, you should try eating raw garlic (seriously). It really helps.

Aaron

When you are up at elevation like that, it is very easy to become dehydated, which adds to the altitude sickness. Make sure you double your water intake. I learned that while I was living in the mountains of nevada for 3 months.

caz

Che, get urself sorted with a bag of coca leaves to relieve altitude sickness and eat them in style of boliviano bus drivers/pandas! have fun...

KT

Por favor, amigo, saca fotos buenas de Bolivia. La mayoria de mis estudiantes son bolivianos y serían tan felices si yo traiga fotos de su país. También, practica la lengua con los bolivianos; hablan español muy claro.

dragonballyee

i hope your altitude sickness doesn't make it down your GI tract. for all of our sakes.

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Books I Have Read Abroad


  • paulo Cuelho: el alquimista
    Another book everyone RAVES about, and I only enjoyed a little bit. However, this was my very first complete novel read in Spanish, and I'm pretty proud of that. (**)
  • Khaled Hosseini: the kite runner

    Khaled Hosseini: the kite runner
    I don't know why so many other travellers in South America are reading this, and love it so much. I thought it a bit contrived, and written at an overly dramatic level. (**)

  • Jon Lee Anderson: Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life
    After reading this book, I respect Che for his conviction, as opposed to his actions, and can now intelligently argue my case with any college student or South America Fidelista. Oh, by the way, it was about 800 pages long, so it is a terrible idea to take it backpacking. (*****)

COLOMBIA!

  • juanes - es por ti

    es por ti
    juanes: Mi Sangre

    es por TIIIII. blah blah blah blah corazon. (*****)

  • shakira - la tortura

    la tortura
    shakira: Fijacion Oral

    I dunno if this is playing in the states, cause it is in Spanish. Go download the VIDEO from somewhere, or shakira.com. You will see frightening pectoral isolation movements. Go go Alejandro Sanz, we all wish we were you. (*****)

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