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... people that didn’t really notice I was just using the kitchen to cook some food rather than vent frustration at American politics. I say those people, because this is something that’s happened more than once….
Unfortunately cooking generally means you are trapped in a space, and I think these people sense it as an opportunity to lure in like vultures so someone might actually talk to them. Only they don’t want to have ...
... had cleared enough for us to get a gorgeous view of Lake Coatepeque. One thing about Joslyn is she was a hard ass, there is a reason it's only 2 hours to the top. Joslyn sets a cracking pace and allows for little rest. We continued on, I had let myself fall back to the middle of the group as I was sick of feeling like I needed to walk faster to be up the front, I decided early on to go at my own pace no matter how slow, after all I had to save energy for the return, and there was ...
After about 5 minutes Carlos came back out with rubber boots, a machete, and a long rope. Stephan started laughing and said apparently we abseil down a waterfall. I thought he was joking, I didn't see any harness.
We headed off through Carlos' garden, down hill, always preferable to uphill in my book.
I wasn't really sure what we were in for and how my body would cope. In the information I read it sounded like quite a physical hike and ...
... was a ticket collector got on the bus after me and sat down. We started driving and things started to look a little bit to familiar, I was going back the way I and came and chicken buses are hard to get off once your on. I asked the girl behind me if this was the bus to Juayua. No San Marcos. Where the hell is San Marcos? I need to get off I thought. But it was too late. I now realized my ticket collector may have actually been the most stoned/drunk person in that bus terminal, and ...
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alex is awesome, bit spendy. awesome black sand beaches. three really good surf sessions. one all night party with the locals.
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