Hotel Casa Naranja
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... into the clouds. The strenuous walk was worth it when we got to the top. We thought we had missed out initially as the clouds masked all of the views but within 10 minutes the clouds started to thin and before you knew it we had views of the crater lake and the lake down below. We we're out for about 6 hours in total, with time to recoup up top but not too long as it was so cold up top! We really enjoyed our experience but we were tired on the ...
... corn tortillas,with cream, vinegar, chopped cabbage, and marinated onions on it) and vigoron (cabbage salad on top of boiled yuca, with chicharrones or fried pork skin).
Then we want off in search of a beer or two at a nice bar. We found a place on a corner where we could rest, drink beer, and watch the world go by. Nice rest!
After our beer rest we walked back to our hotel and took naps which was very ...
... t seen him in over 4 hours so we weren't hopeful. One other thing that worried us was that he hadn't worn a life jacket and none of us had seen him swim before so obviously we jumped to conclusions. I can't imagine how Jeff must had been feeling as that would have been a CEO's worst nightmare. About 30 mins after dark he eventually strolled up the hill, not seeming phased by the whole thing. His excuse was he got lost but I ...
... in matching navy and white uniforms. Taxis hustle down the street and men on the corners saddle up their horse carriages.
On the first corner I pass, a little old man lights up a coal stove. When I pass again around lunch time, I can smell his carne asado from down the street. Then, the streets smell like grease and cheese, but in the mornings, the air smells like burning wood, gasoline, and an occasional whiff of horse dung. Not ...
... going off up and down the streets from the explosions. After leaving the church we headed to a nearby cafe for a beer. On our way we passed another celebratory procession making there way down the street. We returned to our hotel for our evening briefing then headed out for supper with the group. We both had filet steak as they were on special for $10. It was really good but it took forever to get our food due to the size of our group. Overtired from the long day ...