Dolphin Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... no clue what you are saying, but they are there to help!
I finally made it to Maria's house. She is from Spain and has a Nicaraguan boyfriend. We had a ice visit. She is wonderfully helpful with suggestions and advise. The place is really basic and very local feeling. And, it's $20/night! It feels safe and I really like her, so I decide to stay for 3 nights.
Back at Casa de Poeta, I have a really interesting conversation ...
... with animals made from reeds to musical performers. The usual copy sunnies guys were wandering around as well, but they seemed more interested in female backpackers than selling their wares.
Went to try a restaurant which was advertising a culture show for dinner but despite walking in and around no-one seemed to be interested in us so we walked out. Maybe they were going to be full of groups, who knows. Back to El Zaguan again for another great meal.
I didn't sleep very well last night with the thought of my departure looming over my head. I kept waking up in a panic, worried that I had missed my bus. Of course I didn't though. I woke up with enough time to cook breakfast for Erick and I, pack up my last minute stuff, and get one last good cuddle in for about 15 minutes before I had to go down to the door and wait for my bus. Although goodbyes are always unbearably hard, especially ...
While we were here we visited Catarina Mirador which is a little village perched on the edge of a crater lake. The views were astounding! The next day we actually drove down into the crater and had lunch at a lovely spot on the lake. The kids and Lex splashed in the water but didn't go swimming b/c the winds were high again and the water was too choppy. However, lots of folks braved the wind and looked like they were having a blast swimming in ...
... to connect again with Tom and to catch up on his family - his kids are the same age as ours and scattered far and wide.
Today I got to know the man who conducted the fire ceremony yesterday evening. He is a Mayan shaman - who interprets the calendar, heals, and counsels. He comes from a line of spiritual Mayan elders. I was told that before the ceremony last night he secluded himself for an hour in prayer to prepare himself for the ceremony. It ...