Hotel Posada De Don Rodrigo
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Decided as so behind with the Cruise blog I'd better get started on today or rather yesterday! It's amazing how filled the days are and the blog isn't always my preferred activity! We have safely arrived here and already my lack of Spanish is frustrating so good job we have a bespoke tour with English speaking guide - Haroldo ! He is certainly a …
... to the summit to catch sunset proved difficult. Very difficult (at least in the eyes of the author). As someone who is used to enjoying the sense of exertion of the odd run; while I am not an Olympian, I would certainly say I have a good level of baseline fitness. Nothing could have prepared me for the massive shortness of breath - the sense that each lungful of air just has no substance - and the massive heart pounding with only the slightest physical ...
... mostly sprinkles, but tried some others as well. The chocolate was then baked and was our reward for finishing the workshop. Our chocolates were fantastic, but I’m not so sure they will last a long time before we eat them all. After all our guide said the two safest places for chocolate are the fridge and your stomach. We had a fantastic time during the workshop with the other participants and our great guide. We learned a lot and ate a ...
... hands as they passed.
Nearing the border we began to see the trucks lining the road again. Border crossing have been uneventful but not without angst. One of our group was extremely nervous because she had brought pseudoephedrine with her, a common decongestant. Our literature was very clear in warning that it was ILLEGAL to bring this over-the-counter medication into the country ...
... cultural traditions, it was a perfect blend of everything I loved. Now that we had sorted our accommodation next was to make enquires about hiking one of the volcanos and to our complete surprise while we were fast asleep one of the main volcanos, Pacaya had erupted and it wasn't a tiny eruption either. Of cause I immediately thought ok well why is everyone still here and no one is worried. At this point I did not realise it was 25kms away, however in my head with no volcano knowledge ...