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... that means...building? Anything that requires a huge cash injection, I suppose - construction by the artist, since his name became mud to those on the left and the right for different reasons and no one wanted to know him. He's living a hermit's existence in his 80s somewhere in the hills and most people don't know what's in the odd, dirty looking building opposite the main square. Everyone knows the main cathedral, of course, but meh...another overblown nod to crushing church ...
... for the last three days we were in El Tunco. After talking about it at the hostel, the owner JC said he had errands to run so he said we could go with him in his car. The hospitality of the Firewood Hotel/Hostel was amazing, they did these little favors for everyone. It was as if everyone staying there were part of the family, helping one another out with anything. It was definitely a great feeling that we had picked a great place to stay. Around 2:30pm we decided to go back ...
... to explode it while airborne. Fortunately, no-one was injured. There was also a piñata that was hanging from a tree. The ‘foreigners’ all had a go… and eventually, the snowman was decapitated. At midnight, everyone wished each other Feliz Navidad- and then it was time for food. There were a few types of salads, rice dishes, turkey and chicken. It was all delicious. There were 3 types of desserts too. A few people made a speech, including Jess, ...
Its hard to describe it, but there is a slightly different feel here than in other countries in Central America. There is a national park called El Imposible which of course is challenging My Man just by its name, but we are going to spend our time surfing and lazing around, ending ...
... about a small local ferry that crossed the lake and cost just $1 each as opposed to the $30 each the tourist boats charged for an hour on the lake. We thought we’d take the ferry across the lake and back, and then spend the afternoon at a restaurant with a swimming pool that we had noticed the previous day. We took towels and swimwear with us.
For once we timed it just right, arriving as the ferry approached. It could carry two vehicles as well ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility