Holiday Inn Hermosillo
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... It’s the sidewalks that you have to be real careful on – there’s broken concrete and holes everywhere. After a quick tour of the downtown, we found an internet café so that I can upload my blog (5 peso’s or about $0.50 cents) for unlimited time – much better deal than aboard ship. We replenish our water and Diet Coke at the local OXXO and head back to the ship – all went well today.
One thing ...
... the presence of lots of tourists with expensive cameras etc.
Finding a space in between the grazing cows we huddled under sleeping bags and watched the sun slowly rise over Lago Atitlan and then wandered down to the lake village of San Juan for a delicious coffee in a local cooperative before lunch in a textile shop and returning to San Pedro (sadly not in the tuk-tuk called Dominic!)
The trek was awesome, hard enough to be a challenge and make you feel like you had ...
... They got 6000 for the game which was close to capacity and it was mad there were flares, fireworks and bangers being fired from the crowd constantly. They were constantly singing, playing music & chanting. The atmosphere was awesome. Zoe got a scarf as a reminder and we ate awesome, cheap local food in the stadium for dinner. I wish Australian stadiums served such good cheap food. I forgot all our beer money and was almost sacrificed to the gods ...
... work the next morning. Estefania, on the other hand was off tomorrow, and the professors at her university were on strike, which meant she was free to stay out all night. Which was perfect, because she and I were now ready for a cocktail....you know, to help digest the burros. We went to a nice little margarita joint and had a nice cold refreshment (with extra tequila shots of course). The margaritas were excellent, but the place ...
... by tourists in large tour groups because they can’t seemingly walk round a small town without a guide holding their hand (ahem, Antigua). The tourists that were there, were around to either learn Spanish, or like myself climb some of the volcanoes in the surrounding area.
I immediately booked on a tour to go up to the highest point in Central America, up Volcan Tajmulco. Usually I’m not in so much of a rush to book on tours but the company ...