Arbol De Fuego Eco-Hotel
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... don't lose them.
Vehicle accidents are common. Our driver joked they were loco and probably drinking.
Political signs are posted on telephone poles lining the streets.
Mile markers look like tombstones....I pray those were mile markers, anyway.
Shacks lined the roads as we drove. Many were only branches holding up a foundation of tin walls - this was probably the biggest realization that we are no longer in America.
... a surfer! Cowabunga dude!
In the evening i wasn't feeling much of the 20yo party vibe in the hostel so i went for a wonder around the town it was a rare case where exploring with a grumbling tummy paid off as i found a small micro brewery where i got a decent meal while getting to sample some local craft beers including their delicious take on Irish stout, ‘cerveza negro’In the evening i wasn't feeling much of the 20yo party vibe in the hostel so i went for a ...
... it, and I hope I can speak for everyone here when I say that. I realised that to me this country is perverse- people selling drinks in plastic bags, the animals (dogs, chickens, horses and cows) roaming free and visiting houses as if on urgent business, th e way they label their bottles 1.000L and the fact that a constant subtle burning spell is treated as completely normal. But in England (at least in London) we don't make eye contact ...
- A bowling alley… because I like bowling. May aswell throw in Lazerquest while at it
- Tours which don’t cost $30 just to pay someone to walk up a hill but still includes private transportation in an air conditioned limosene (not sure if they could actually turn corners here though)
- NO ANNOYING PEOPLE
- No people that snore or faff around with their luggage at early morning anti social hours
... him just before and he is going to help us get our visa extended as we only get 90 days for Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua and we only have about 4 weeks left. Really nice guy! We are off to El Zonte tomorrow which is a small beach town half an hour up the road for a couple of nights to check it out. ...And we're here! Its a tiny town with not much here other than surf and a couple of hostels. The day we got here i hired a board ...