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... has a square except USA. Perhaps there is still some animosity for the US's part in the brutal civil war, and rightly so. Next we went to the 'real' city market, and biggest market in Central America. indeed it was absolutely huge and had an extra buzz around due to the holidays. We wondered there for an hour or so before checking out an arty district nearby where there was some pretty cool graffiti around. The tour finished in a plaza surrounded by the ...
... with the kind of people who don't care what they look like or worry about what people think, we got just got stuck in straight away. Had dinner in a restaurant called cafe sky which had one direction playing the whole time - not fun. Spag bog for dinner, missed that one way too much and then just strolled home. Travelling on some more chicken buses tomorrow and heading for another home stay soon. The journey awaits ...
... bye to the Israeli girls from the bus I`d arrived on, and who are off on a sunrise trek and have to get up at 3am.
I was abruptly awoken by some Israeli sing songs for children at 6.45am, had my shrimp noodles, banana and coffee, got my stuff ready and walked to the internet cafe to blog and get some mineral water for the day.
UPDATE There was no issue with the thrid night's money being asked for again, so that was one less thing to worry about.
... fat Americans.
The afternoon rolled around and we decided to explore some old library ruins next to one of the bigger churches. These proved uneventful as we didn’t have a guide or any clue as to what the history was about. So we made it up. This, so we believe, was the first launch pad for space travel built in the 1500s. The rocket ship ...
... title and other documents to "make copies". Not one to simply hand over my papers to dirty strangers (or clean strangers for that matter), I rode on through the crowd to the border offices, all the while being tailed by my new posse. While you were safe in the offices guarded by security with shotguns, any activity outside official areas was in the constant company of the posse, who were still insistent I give them everything I had. To a few of the more ...