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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of God". Shoeless children played in the street and women hung clothes from their balconies to dry.
Arrived at our crib for the night. It's a pretty dope dormitory in Ciudad Del Saber... a learning center that reminds me of a ghost academic-olympic village to a certain extent. El ninos played soccer in the park while we ate a food court style dinner.
Hoping to blog whenever I have wifi and time!
... ended up leaving Guatemala and the hostel I was working at in Lanquin due to poor management (let's just leave it at that!), and headed off to Utila in Honduras with a group of friends that I'd made while I was at the hostel. Utila is a small island on the northern coast of Honduras that's well known for it's scuba diving, and it sits right on top of the second largest coral reef in the world, the MesoAmerican Barrier Reef. Now I've always been kinda hesitant when it comes to ...
... fair price. We had booked the accommodation in a good area on line and it was a spa hotel with a spa in the room we were lead to believe. Accommodation is expensive here even hostels are expensive so we splurged a little and expected a spa but were in a hostel where there were dorms and a double room but use of the spa and sauna were actually downstairs in the attatched spa section. Hmmm oh well we did have a big bath in our bathroom and a kingsized bed and hot water ...
... I didn't need to know Spanish to imagine what was said.
We once again broke apart for the last time and after dropping off Raoul to a launch that came along side we proceeded to the fuel dock to drop of our line handlers and the hired ropes and fenders. It was in complete darkness that we found the anchorage that I had been told about, we dropped anchor in Panama Bay and opened one beer each and toasted "To The Pacific"
To be continued.........
... mercato, considerato che dall’Atlantico al Pacifico le navi ci mettono solo una decina di ore a passare. Conoscere la storia e il funzionamento della più grande scorciatoia al mondo è stato comunque un bel modo per passare la giornata prima di rientrare in città e mangiare un ottimo ceviche nell’affollato mercato del pesce.
Per noi non ci sono scorciatoie per andare dal Pacifico all’Atlantico, nel senso che ci dovremo sorbire una quantità ...