Hosteria La Perla
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... along with proper traction. Fine Santa Ana....you win. I slowly made my way back into the city, dodging cantaloupe size bullfrogs along the way. The Lonely Planet suggested a good hostel nearby, so I hunted it down in hopes of vacancy...otherwise it'd just be me and el Burro for the night.
Casa Verde did indeed have one last bed available, and it was all mine. As was a cold beer ...
... centre it had some old hag woman with the world’s strongest lisp which I couldn’t understand a word of. She tried to slow down and articulate better but obviously didn’t understand that it was her stupid voice that was incomprehensible, and the only things I could more or less work out were not enough time, dangerous, and very far.
In the end I agreed to spend the night there, and just chill out round the town of Tacuba. The ...
... we struggle for the Spanish words to ask our questions. They were always willing to help us and patiently guided us in the work we should do. They treated as part of their work team and laughed and joked with us and made us feel a real part of the team.
They are who I will remember when I think about this mission. They are a one of the reasons why the mission will remain memorable for ...
... me'. It was nice to know everyone else was feeling the same. One young guy and I tea,Ed up to get over the last 300 metres, the steepest, rockiest, slipperiest and least amount of path. He was struggling more than I was, but it helped talking about the fact it was both of our first hikes up volcanoes. I got a second wind the closer I got to the top. When I could see the others all ready at the top it spurred me on. When I finally made it, I cheered for myself. I did it. All by myself, ...
... Slow but beautiful. Winding up through the mountains, all the little villages. It was lovely to look at and made the time pass quick. As well as the constant sprukeing by the different sales people. It was so nice to arrive in Juayua, the bus dropped me right near the bank and it was a straight walk up to Parque Central. I didn't really know what to expect from Juayua except that it was a small village, the most central and best village on t la Ruta de Las Flores to stay in. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking