Hotel Gardenia Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... want to have to deal with either. Though I made sure I bought some fruit on the way.
I don't think the hostel/hotel had a dormitory room, which was just as well. The noise from some of the rooms down the corridor alone was deafening and certainly not encouraging me to like mariachi bands. However I donned my trusty ear plugs and settled down to try and catch some sleep as the bus was departing early next morning.
I had my doubts as to whether anyone ...
... dinner with Eric. He has learned about his observer job. The most important part for the many observers from around the world is making sure that everyone dips their finger in ink so they can not vote twice! I thinks it's cool what he is doing. I'd like to be observing the observers!
On Sat. morning, I spent time resting and catching up on a few things. Also needed to book my onward travel from Nica. I read that they won't let you in unless you can prove that you will ...
... good evening after all. We missed out on the big festivities though, since after a day of surfing we were so exhausted that we went to sleep at 10PM.
All in all we had a very sweet last month, as we finally got to do some amazing hikes, and got to chill a lot as well, first near the lake, and afterwards by the beach. Now it's time to head further South. Next destination is Leon, Nicaragua, where we will be celebrating New Year's Eve!
... to get the $13 price that had been quited in my guide book, and once thatwas out of the way, I settled in. I had to get to know the city by foot and allay any fears about the danger in this capital city with a bad rep. I walked to the city centre and realised that one block parallel was far nicer, all the buldings were closed today, and found out that the palacio nacional would be open on Thursday. I had an unhealthy lunch at Burger King, mainly to have ...
... with a lovely view over the valley and into the Honduran mountains. It was an excellent tour with a mixture of history, stories of civil war and then the positive stories of how people's lives have improved since the peace agreement in 1992. Dom also survived his first proper horse ride, and made a new friend in Gurion, his horse, even though he didn't like the carrots we brought as Salvadorean horses prefer mangoes!