- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Banquet room
- Kids pool
- Breakfast Available
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... time. One of the most comforting things here is having family that is happy to have you and willing to help and show you around without even asking. Such a blessing : ) Julissa went down the giant slide twice! Once with Gio and the last time with Tío Julio. She was so excited when she came down, she came running up to me and Abuelita Yoli and gave us a big hug. Good day- very kid-friendly and lots to do at the ...
... you set the snooze button, then at 6:00 then at 6:15. Usually the first ring and the last 2 are quite enthusiastic, I think it is the pent up frustration of the person ringing the bells to have to get up so early. Hey if you're a tourist this is the time to look about...all 3 volcanoes are at their clearest vantage points. I head to the rooftop terrace and take pics. Hey...there are others like me on other rooftops...I can see ...
... anonymous in this case. Heine and Torben didn't even question what we were saying and just joined in as well. So you had 5 grown men standing outside there hostel in the middle of the Guatemalan jungle demanding the milk from the breast of their male hostel owner and laughing incessantly. Finally Wellington appeared and was ******* himself laughing at what we were saying. He let us in and we went straight to bed as we had to be up early the next day to move into zephyr lodge and go ...
... so moving wasn't too bad at all.
This morning we woke up at a decent hour and we headed to the gym. Although we worked with a great trainer in Berlin, we haven't been in a gym since our stay in a luxury condo in Thailand back in April. Needless to say, we forgot any sort of program in a gym and we felt a little lost. However, this gym is well equipped and we were still able to make good use of many machines and weights for over an hour. On our way out, we ...
... went sightseeing, but then it rained, so we obviously started drinking instead. Being unemployed in a place where beer is only about 70p is dangerous. We headed back to the Aussie bar (can you see a theme developing here?) and drank lots more, then headed to the club we were in the night before. Followed by a bar called ‘Coyote Rojo’ for more afterparty drinks. I went to bed fully clothed, a sure fire sign of a good night. When I woke up, ...