- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... very disinclined to help, our strenuous waving having been ignored for ages, so as soon as another boat appeared and we tied on, they headed off. Unfortunately, these guys were fishing, but let us tie up to attempt repairs. Eventually another boat came, headed in the right direction, and they accompanied us towards port until the temporary repairs failed and we then got a tow. I was very glad to be back on land and made it plain to ...
... around town. Indeed, my chocolate guide was a fellow bar user and neighbour to the hostel, so he already knew all about me!
Then went back for some guidebook guacamole – had found the ingredients at the market that morning, so chopped it all up with my Swiss army knife using the bible covered in a plastic bag as a chopping board – with some corn chips, dinner was sorted!
... the sun go down
and the fishermen go out – one guy in particular was dancing around the boat, keen, no doubt, to get back to the fiesta.
By 7 there was still no action so headed to Plaza Bolivar where there was at least a hint that something might happen sometime soon – it didn’t, as we all had to wait for the church service to end. Then the folk dancers, an ...
... who only speaks Spanish but knows all the details, and the owner who could translate. The trees themselves are actually planted in rows although it did not look like it. The trees are grown from selected seeds, using only the central seeds; they then take 2 to 3 years before they start to produce flowers. Once they start they can produce optimally for about 45 years. One strange thing is that the flowers and fruits can appear anywhere on the tree, on the trunk and ...
... were able to penetrate 1200 metres into the cave, but it is much larger (10.2km). The formations were breathtaking and we enjoyed seeing the crystals, fossils, and cool little fish, insects, crabs and rodents. You were never sure if that splat on your head was water or guano during the 1.5 hr long tour. We are going to camp out there ...