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... off and found cute little place to feed myself and read for a while, finally starting Gone Girl!
For dinner I got pupusas from a street vendor, they were pretty bland, but could have been worse. I returned to the hostel after getting a delicious smoothie and hung out with a group of people in the back. Included in the group was an American named Devin who said ...
It had been about two hours since we had stopped at the barricade and as a small group of us were taking turns going into this man's yard, someone else from our bus yelled it was time for us to go. We rushed back to the minivan. The barricade had been lifted and there were dozens of locals surrounding the road and being very selective about who was going to be allowed to go through the detour. This detour though, was hardly a paved road. It was muddier than the ...
... We also got to climb up a waterfall and at the end of the cave we climbed up a 5m wall and jumped into a waterhole. Maybe (definitely!) not the safest thing to do, but it was awesome! On the way back we had to slip down through a hole (0.5m diameter) where water was running through and fell into another waterhole. That was a bit scary as we couldn't see where we were going. At the end the five of us fell behind a bit, with only having one candle left, and ...
... serious off-roading on the rough, bumpy, slow road that wound it's way up, down and around the steep hills to reach Hostal El Portal on the edge of the natural waterpark.
The sun was going down as we finally got to our room. It was a small thatched bungalow perched on he steep banks of the Rió Cahabón with a cold water shower and only 4 hours of electricity in the evenings. Exploring will have to wait for the morning light.