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... t hard, it should be a requirement. I think I spent a few too many weeks in Puerto in retrospect but everything's easy in retrospect. I had a really good wicket there, all food and bed for few hours work a day. Not too mention being able to surf everyday a left hand point break, heaven. But I'm done with that for now, maybe I'll return one day but there's many other places to see first. I've met some cool people in past few weeks which has reignited ...
... that have formed over years that create the look of a frozen waterfall. The water is rich in minerals so as it trickles, there becomes a build up creating these formations. We also took in some beautiful mountain scenery as we swam in the pools. In this particular area there were lots of little farming villages. There were plenty of Brahmans around, that seemed to be the most common cattle. Lots of Donkeys as well of course. It amazed me how they do everything ...
... us he owns the hotel, so the hotel owner had just given us a ride to the station. We then waited for 3 hours in the hot bus station, it felt like forever, we walked one at a time to the convenience store down the road to get food before we left. We each had noodles, which you can put boiling water in from the coffee maker there, and a hot dog, as well as getting snacks and drinks for the trip. Eventually we got ...
Three buses, two shuttle vans, two immigration centers, two taxis, one boat, 29 hours of travel... and we're in Mexico! It was a mission getting from Flores, Guatemala to the coast of Mexico. But we just wanted to get back in the water so did it all in one mean haul. At 5 am we were en route to the Guatemala border onboard a rickety shuttle van. Four hours of bumping along windy gravel roads later we stopped at a little blue building, paint peeling ...
... in to what would be the funnest day in years.
At breakfast I met a French kid named Simon and an Aussie girl named Anika. After about an hour the wind dropped off and the waves got glassy and I paddled out for more. After about an hour a gang of Aussie wave hogs paddled out and commenced to spoil what had been an awesome day. Let’s just say they were good and greedy and there were about 8 of them. The wind picked up and ...