Hospedaje Casa Elena
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... the suitcases and a knapsack were pretty wet. The stuff inside seemed to be ok, but in general, our luggage is pretty beat up and we need it to survive another couple of weeks.
As soon as we got off the boat we were approached by someone at the dock who worked for "information". He told us we wouldn't tip or pay him commission and he would take us to a place to stay. He grabbed a bag, we followed him, and about two minutes and 50 stairs ...
... in and went out for dinner with Marie and Chris two British people we met from our last hostel and on our bus :) we headed to the "TRAVEL PLACE!" A cute little place for dinner, I ordered the curry chicken was delicious :) the others had this special shepards pie and chicken pasta. They really enjoyed their meals also, went for a walk after dinner just a little bit and the found a place for free shots so had one and moved on. While walking back to the hostel we found ...
... days just chilling and having a few drinks or enjoying the local cuisine and hanging out in some hammocks. Some days were all about football and especially the 7:1 or "sieben eins" as we taught our aussie friends, against Brazil won't be forgotten. The bar where we watched the match was so silly to offer everyone a FREE bottle of Tequila for the 6th goal of the match so guess what - we were blind drunk and I ended up putting out a bet that I would dance ...
... there is a reason you meet everyone along your road of life. Finally, there was Mark England, who was a linguistics master turned spiritual. He worked with the power of speach to manifest your reality, release emotions blocking us, and change our viewpoint through speach. The most powerful thing I saw that came from him was how he turned everything back to "I". It is very common for people to play the victim role, "you did this" "he did that" "they did that". But ...
... ride back was fun, being crammed into a small boat and holding up
a piece of blue tarp to keep the rain out of the boat. But we got back home to the Iguana in one
The rains came down even more over dinner
(again we opted for the communal dinner at the hostel). We chatted with a nice
American couple and a kiwi over gypsy soup (tomato veggie soup), chicken red
curry and orange cake. Open mic began after dinner and I unfortunately could ...