Casa Florencia Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tiring but awesome fun :) We headed to a volcano one morning with Danielle, negro and shampoo. Up at 5am to catch the local chicken buses as the volcano is 3 hours on a bus away we arrived most the way but missed the tourist bus so had to hitch hike up the mountain and we where lucky we where with local boys we jumped in the backs of utes to get there :) Once at the base of the volcano the tourist police gave us a speak about how ...
... we saw another gusano (poisonous caterpillar) and I ate my second apple and drank some more water. I gave back my sombrero and we drove back. Then I had to get change for the guide as he didn't have any (a common inconvenience here) and then Lucy from the tourist office kindly took me to the hair-dresser's to explain what I wanted. (Technical explanations in Spanish are not my forte). Then I got a coke and came to the internet café....
Dinner was back ...
... number of picturesque towns. We took a bus to Apaneca, walked to a green lagoon, helped a policeman practice his English and finished by looking at the crafts and wall paintings in Ataco. As we got back into town to watch the World Cup semi final we passed a bar and saw that that Germany were beating Brazil 1-0. Ten minutes later we got to our hostel to a 4-0 scoreline - incredible result for Germany to win 7-1!
... to match theirs and have also started slurring....uh oh....
This morning after blogging and running some errands Carlos and I drove to la puerta del diablo. (The devils door). This was another beautiful tiny mountain road that wound up and up and up... At the top we pulled over at a tiny little building constructed of bamboo and the woman inside was making pupusas. She was forming balls of dough to make tortillas, then throwing them on ...