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... motel. Given a key and gesticulated to a very basic room with two single beds with an incredibly noisy fan and pretty much no window (glass slats that didn't shut properly and broken mosquito netting outside). It was pretty grim. We were bitten by something within ten minutes of lying on the beds and quickly decided we didn't want to stay there for longer than needed. Looking at other hotels we found a good deal on a comparatively luxury hotel with a pool and bar on the ...
... blew me away with the reasons behind there construction and the view from the highest one was a loving life and on top of the world moment! 2. Semuc Champey Lanquin - the rock pools here were just so clear and beautiful and walking/swimming through the cave with only candle light was amazing. 3. Two day volcano hike in Leon - this was probably one of the hardest things I have ever done however the views were incredible and it's not everyday you get to camp at the top of a volcano! ...
... of laundry soap at our local laundromat before leaving so we'd be ready for our first couple loads of laundry. I figured I should create a soapy mixture in a bottle so it would be easier to use. I pose this question to you, how many of you would be up for this hand washing adventure? It wasn't too hard but definitely time consuming. I even realized I should use a towel to hand dry the items too before hanging on the line. I was pretty impressed with myself! ...
... my harness, I told myself to just keep breathing and take my time. I successfully attached the carabineer to my harness and signalled that I was ready to come up.
Slowly and gently I was drawn upward, first upside down and then my body drawing upright. I gratefully grabbed Danny’s hand as he guided me on to the solid surface of the platform. Trembling with adrenaline, I accepted a congratulatory hug ...
... gardens. Jon was as good as a guide gets. We could go into endless detail about him, his knowledge of the wildlife around us and the park, about the fact that he is an amateur wildlife photographer and took our camera and got some of the most amazing close-up shots… About the “Hummingbird Experience” in the garden when he covered all the other hummingbird feeders except the ones in our hands and took pictures of us as the hummingbirds flocked to us like ...