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... meal. When I finally got there I was rather disheartened to hear that the man had run out of food,, apart from some samosas, and he is oipen until 9pm?! He said "I should have asked him in the morning to make sure there was food for now". Hmm, sounds preposterous. Anyway, after 5 mins of moaning, groaning, denial and acceptance, I walked all the way back to my hotel. Though, along the way, I happened to see Celebrity restuarant, which I had noticed ...
... night there before getting up at 4am! All this was about a week ago and since then I have been gradually getting better but I still have virtually no energy and absolutely no appetite Yesterday I only had half a croissant all day and still feel full this morning. Now in San Cristobel and going out exploring while I have the energy. Will write more of the good times in between later today Just wanted to get this posted while wifi is ...
... already sweltering but luckily we didn’t have to wait long for the local bus. We were the only tourists on the bus and luckily we got a seat as it was standing room only not long after. Later we found out that because of the Easter holidays it was much less crowded than usual… It was quite an experience – a really old bus, no air-con, windows down, rasta music pumping and interesting characters and a beautiful landscape to observe. Pretty cool for only US$2.50 ...
... dock and cable TV (a luxury I have experienced only once on my travels so far). This was my favourite place to stay to date, I didn't want to leave, but despite this place being cheaper than the dorm room at Nastys, it was still a bit pricey for our traveler budgets. Regardless, we still had a great time! We spent most of our days topping up our tans on the dock, dipping in the crystal clear water, making tasty lunches ...
... buildings are more like beach huts and are mostly bright colours. I love it here!
We explored a little (it doesn't take long) and found a place to stay before heading out for some dinner. Walking around barefoot we found a cool looking restaurant where they were BBQing right outside. You chose your seafood or meat from the platters and it went straight on the barbie! Well fed we had another stroll before ...
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