Hotel Lula's Bed and Breakfast
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... a mix of people from different cultures, different styles. A man was there every day, selling skewers of beef and vegetables (best food I have had in a while), and there are parks to your left and right. Dogs are everywhere, as are cats. It felt like a home.
So the first night, April and I went to the bus station Thursday night at around 6 to catch our bus at 7. We got on the bus, finally taking off around 7:30 and prepared for sleep. . By ...
... them on VHF (CH.06) and water is included.
We met a lovely guy called Gabriel and he does a fair rate taxi service, so we also got him extra work with two ladies we met by a pool (we use a local hotel).
One eveing I planned to dance Tango and off Tony and went jauntily (well Tony wasn't as much) into Casco Viejo (Old Town ) We had to pass through a really large getto and it was nightime ,so it felt a bit uncomfortable. However, we met a ...
... on the beach, were lying in hammocks set up in the restaurant wooden shacks enjoying some quality family time.
Reluctantly left El Salvador for Antigua where we had visited 5 years go so we spent the afternoon walking around choosing a restaurant and revisiting the sites from last time. It took us a while, but we finally found our favourite bakery and coffee shop and indulged. We also did breakfast there before heading out for the return flights the next day. Back to Vienna for New ...
"I imagine all the things that happened on this ship," said 21-year-old passenger Vanesa Lopez. It is thrilling to be "part of a history that a lot of people know from the movies," she said.
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... eat a big plate of food for $3.75), then out for some live music at a book store-come-bar.
The next day we took a $3 water taxi to Isla Bastimentos. We stayed at a hostel which felt like it was in the jungle, as this island is much more rugged and jungly. The island also has more of an Afro-Caribbean vibe, with the locals speaking a type of creole English mixed with Spanish.
Isla Basimentos is more wild than Colon, and felt more real and less ...