Hotel Soleil Pacifico
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... injection in the bottom, they thought it was hilarious. The doctors place was just in someone's backyard. It all turned out to be pretty tame, he cleaned it, dressed it and gave me some antibiotics and we were on our way.
We headed back to meet up with the others - including a guy from Switzerland and his 5 year old son. They still had a few things to do but decided he would send his son back with us. Pretty trusting seen as ...
... meal... it tasted like pizza.
We went back to the plant for a short time, and headed back to the city. I decided I would get dropped back off at the hotel and call it a day. But before I arrived, I asked Raymundo to bring me to a place to buy allergy medicine. He pulled into a place that looked like a pawn shop. There are no CVS or Walgreens here. Only a "Farmicia", that has all the drugs and "pharmacists" behind a wall of bars. I ...
... was being played on their instruments.
Further behind, were rows and rows of souvenir stalls full of
special Mayan textiles, attractive cotton blouses, colourful belts,
blankets, t-shirts, rugs and many kinds of trinkets. The shops are
all over the place and I was tempted to stop and check.
I've seen them before, grabbed some of them before, and brought them home
before. There's no way I was going to bring home the same ...
... participate in the circus that Legend serves up as a debarkation process (they really need to work on this), I was barely on time for my bus at 7:30. Thirty-eight of us have signed up for the "extreme" excursion of volcano hiking. Warned that we will have to walk over six miles on extremely rocky and unstable terrain while rising 1,200 feet from bus stop to the top, I am shocked at the number of people who attempted this. ...
... 2 hours and a half of drive ahead of us going from lowlands to highlands and into volcanic mountains while sightseeing past farmlands offering views of coastal villages and agricultural communities.
One of those villages that we passed through had small red colored three wheeler taxis carrying people and goods around! Being a common mean of transportation in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center