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Travel Blogs from Banos
... and breakfast included. It was still a long trip but at least we had entertainment and could get relatively comfy overnight. We could feel the temperature difference as soon as we got off the bus in Mancora. We had been at high altitudes where unless you were in the sun the air was cold but finally we were back in shorts and singlet all day all night kind of weather! We were booked in at Loki, a massive hostel right on the beach which probably had a capacity of close to 100. ...
... until we realized everyone around us was cheering for Holland. We moved inside with a vibrant crowd who was aligned to supporting Argentina. Time for the penalty kicks... Each time Argentina made a shot the room went wild with shouts, banging of glasses, and outbursts of song. Needless to say when the last shot was made all chaos broke loose. Half a block away we could still hear them singing in ...
... Eventually, he plans to sell the hotel that he built himself (he tried to hire people but was not pleased with the quality of the work so he did it all himself). They love living in banos but the schools are not adequate for his kids. For now, they are home schooling. We then played cards. Went to dinner and played more cards. Julia insisted that we play "********". It was a blast. Mike won twice, I won twice and Julia won once. Nikki went to bed sulking demanding a ...
... there writing, a couple came in, and I had to translate their order into Spanish. That was pretty neat. My grammar and speaking on the fly is not really improving, but I am picking up more words and understanding Spanish much better. I need to meet people to speak Spanish with, but... yeah, making friends is not that easy, plus I am super busy.
I have been avoiding the street of bars quite a bit since I have been here. I guess there is ...
... for me to know there was no way I was getting on that thing. And despite what sam said I sure as hell wasn't going to let him go on it either. Che bravely stepped up to the plate. He climbed onto the tree stump at the edge of the cliff that was the starting point and mounted the tiny wooden swing. William explained in Spanish assisted by much miming, that he was to keep his legs straight, swing out five times, then be caught and dragged back to safety by William (thus ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service