Hotel El Convento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room
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The chicken bus we took to Leon was great including comfortable vinyl seats, we both got to sit down the entire journey and they played Spanish movies on a big screen TV. We thought we would have about a day and a half in Leon before our shuttle to Guatemala. When we arrived in the afternoon we realised we had stuffed up our dates and would be leaving in about 10 hours on a shuttle. We quickly found some accommodation for the following night in Antigua and stretched ...
... how this will pan out and don't want another Brisbane airport disaster occurring. I check up on Leesh and the situation has not improved. But she comes down to the common area and lies down there for better air flow. Couple more hours past and we head around the corner to get some food. We get a couple of healthy looking wraps and head back to the hostel as we plan to head to the Cathedral de Leon this afternoon before 1600 when it closes. Leesh puckers up the strength and we ...
... these country's means any spot on the road side). So that could mean that there are people waiting every 10 m away from each other and the bus has to stop for every single one that wants to hop on. Anyways we where waiting about 25 min until the bus came to San Salvador. It was an easy fast ride of around 45 min. Then we took a bus for a little 15 min to the bus terminal. There is where Bas surprises me with the best thing ever that morning. He left and came back with a box. I ...
... day. "Sorry you can't have breakfast, we can't light the stove. Sorry there's no sunrise and I woke you at 5:30. Sorry but you have to pack up your tents in the rain." Torrential rain began in the early hours and didn't cease until noon. It was that wet on our descent down the volcano, a turtle crossed my path. As our backpacks and clothes became sodden and heavy, Sarah and chums continually led us in wrong directions. Getting lost and turning around ...
... first, GoPro in hand. He raced down the side of the volcano, struggling to use the braking system (shoving your feet into the ground) on a fairly new and fast board, but had a ball (despite ending the run with a few somersaults - see video). I was not far behind and ended with a mouthful of rocks. Once we'd changed out of our gear, we then had to wait a while for one girl in particular, who'd only a quarter of the way down the hill, freaked out and ...