Hostel Restaurante Casa Jacaranda
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I left Cusco early yesterday morning, thinking I needed to check in two hours early since I was flying international. I didn't realise that because the first sector was to Lima it was treated like a domestic departure though, so at 5:30am the check in counter wasn't even open. When I finally did check in, I got searched by the airport drug squad …
... apartment from up there! This week actually had 4 holidays - Halloween on the 31st, Day of the Dead and All Saints Day on November 1st, and All Souls Day on the 2nd. On Halloween we went to Parque Central and walked around. There were actually lots of tourists dressed up with their little kids and walking around. Some locals had costumes on too, but they weren't collecting candy. They clanged around cans and collected money for Halloween. There were many cafes and restaurantes ...
... schlussendlich war ich aber überglücklich, sehr zufrieden und erleichteret! Endlich ein praktischer Kurzhaarschnitt! Somit sich auch Elisa entschied auf den Stuhl zu sitzen! An unserem letzen Abend traffen wir Tanja und Elisa nochmals und unter Tränen verabschiedeten wir uns entgültig.....den ihre Reise war zu Ende und sie mussten zurück in die Schweiz fliegen.
Am nächsten Tag um 12:30Uhr ging es auch für uns weiter, nach Guatemala City..
... the volcano near the end. A few years ago, prior to the last eruption, guides led their groups over flowing lava rivers but sadly there are none today. We were able to see steam rising from the volcanic chambers however and we were even able to climb in one to warm up. But the best was yet to come...just when we thought it was time to head back down our guide pulled out a bag of marshmallows. Ah yes, of course, let's cook ...
... was so much fun, and we stopped to spot some iguanas in the mangrove trees and to swim in a hot spring in the river. We crossed Lago de Isabel, which is apparently the second largest lake in central america. We also got the boat by this old castle which was built to protect the town from pirates, until the pirates took it over 15 years later.
Livingston feels completely different from Guatemala. Part of that may be due to it being generally inaccessible by ...
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