Hotel Casa La Capilla
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... It was really pleasant riding around as the day came to a close. We got to see some parts of the town we hadn't seen before. It finished at about 5:30. Oh oh - the washing. Sure enough it was closed and we were leaving at 7am tomorrow. After much cursing we went back to our hotel where our host fixed it for us, calling our transport to put back our pickup by 30 minutes at which time the laundry would be open. Fingers ...
... the rainforest. Ecotourism is a growing market in this region which provides income that protects rainforests. We walked up through the main entrance and saw a sign pointing to the Sky Way, so we followed it, along a nice and sometimes challenging hour walk through the park and along high and long suspension bridges up to Miramas' Hill where we could look across the park. It wasn't until the end of the trail that we thought it was strange we hadn't come across another sole, ...
... before falling asleep by reading and writing. What an easy day!
Day 2: November 6, 2014
Since Gonzalo was in charge of breakfast the previous day that morning it was my turn. We still had enough fruit, so I just had to get yogurt, cheese and bread which cost around Q20. We made breakfast and enjoyed it on the open-air terrace in the second floor. At about 10.15 we were ready to explore the former colonial capital.
Antigua was declared a ...
... dock to prevent further incursions, though he fell asleep pretty promptly.
Two bus rides got us to a little town called Tacuba on Thursday. We went mainly to get access to the Parque Nacional El Imposible. The name appealed to me, and we were hoping there would be other travellers to make up numbers for a tour, Sabrina wasn't overly keen. The hostel (6) does tours, but there were no other travellers so we just spent ...
... by locals that spend almost night and day picking coffee beans to maximise their incomes. These are then brought back to the coffee producer, who extract the beans, lets them ferment, dry them and then roast them depending on the intensity required. The process was so interesting and great to know seeing as we all consume some much coffee.
Some basic facts about coffee plants / beans through:
• The highest quality coffee is produced from a specific ...