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... out at Gringo Mikes - hands down the best food in South America. We also went to a waterfall where we thought we were getting chased by a trio of murderers. In true African fashion I hiked up alongside the waterfall with a stick and a rock to lash out at them if they attacked us. I'm releasing a travel guide when we return, it's going to be called 'Latin America - Is it just me or are we being followed?' It will be a hilarious guide on how to out-run people who ...
... our way back down on to the beach and stumbled across a shabby-chic little bar, marketed to us by a lunatic frenchman who appeared to be suffering the effects of an interesting cocktail of drink and drugs!
The bar was really cool, the owner personally making us mojitos that, I am almost embarrassed to admit, were too strong and I had to ask him to make them weaker! First time for everything I suppose! We sat ourselves at a bench table at the front of the bar which overlooked the ...
So... after a week of intense volunteering and spanish classes, all I wanted to do was to escape to the Playa Blanca beaches for the weekend and have some serious alone time in the sun...you know, to chill out, sleep, up the tan, read my book, throw back a cocktail or two etc etc....you know the drill.
Playa Blanca, with its white sand and crystal waters, is definitely the best ...
... and get the money from you there. Therefore we had two massage ladies and a guy whom sold sunglasses join us and pay for the 15minute collectivo back to our hostel. Whilst the massage ladies would have made some money from this outing, I doubt that the sunglasses dude would have come out too far up after selling $10 sunnies just to have to pay $5 for a return ride to where he came from. All I can think is that those sunnies could not have been worth ...
... one or more) over here. For us it seemed like we were in America (the states) and preferred the Historical part. When we got back to the hostel, it was time to enjoy tortillitas with a beer or two and soon we found our bed. During our stay we just relaxed, enjoyed the beautiful city with its warm, humid climate, visited the museum and enjoyed the colonial architecture, and good company in our hostal... And planning our trip to the Ciudad Perdida, in the Sierra Nevada of ...
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