Hostal De La Niebla
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... to barbecue, right? Well....it's lamb. I ate a lamb quesadilla under a circus tent on the side of the highway near an entire field of cactus plants. It was actually very good, and I would probably try it again. It was pretty fried and crispy, like flash-fried strips of steak. The rest of our nearly three hour drive to Xicotepec was insanely beautiful. We drove up into the mountains and there was insane amounts of fog. At some points it was ...
... and it seemed like the whole town was out partying too. Girls drunk for free and Lisa managed to sneak me a couple. It was a big night and awesome fun, no one surfed that next morning though! There were so many waves in the area to choose from and Dan and I went surfing a lot together and we scored plenty of good waves over the weeks. Our last surf was the best though, it was my last session in El Salavador and we surfed for 4 hours that day with the ...
... hour but I make it to the exit lol. I have pesos now but no way of knowing how to get to terminal one.. Iv taken 3 different people directions in Spanish (so basically I'm following their hand gestures and what I hear as musical grunts) I end up back where I started. It's now been an hour, I have two hours left and I'm sweating. Bad.
This very VERY drunk airport guy comes up to me.. I could almost SEE the whiskey steaming off him .. He prods me and asks to look in ...
Today is Christmas and the day will be quiet. Nothing is open and all the celebrations took place last night. Dinner is at about 10pm after attending the church service. The Church service was packed and very very beautiful. There was a group of 10 singers and musicians playing the christmas music of Mexico. Many small children dressed as angles being held by a parent. As well there were many people with the baby Jesus statues in their arms ...
... like they had actually built it as a private drive, which we feared ended at his home. The problem was that the concrete had been poured in lieu of the dirt road, and was set so high at its edges that there was no hope of climbing up on it. What was left of the road at it's sides was devastated.
We again decided to continue towards the hell we could only imagine, opposed to returning through the hell of a road we already knew.