Hotel Casa de Alto
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... tree! We were eventually saved from a parrot attack when it got bored and jumped off in a grump. In the evening we trekked to the active Masaya Volcano for a night hike. Arriving at the top of the crater we were surrounded by what I thought was cloud but in fact was smoke from the lava at the bottom of the crater. There was also a warmth at the top of the crater coupled with an incredibly strong smell of fertiliser which was from the sulphur and phosphorous being released ...
We woke up at 8am to some pretty awesome weather outside. We got ready and asked about tours. I wanted to do ziplining and volcano hiking. We asked the guy at the front desk for rates and said we could do the combo tour for $60 per person which included round trip transport to both and a guide. That worked for us. He said they were going to pick us up at 10am. We then walked to get some cash at the ATM and some water/snacks at a ...
... to find an exclusive 'hotel guests only' area where we quickly set up shop. Within minutes we were in the surprisingly warm, crystal clear water of the caldera and wondering why we did not come to the laguna sooner. Apart from a young family that had checked in late the night before, we were the only ones on the beach and we enjoyed the sheer tranquility, especially after weeks of constant noise. The lake itself appeared deserted. We only saw one man swimming/bathing ...
... in which they expressed themselves, with no judgement. We were invited to join but declined as we needed to get to bed as it was after 00:30 and we need to get up the next day for school.
We woke up with hangovers to prove the good night we had. I pulled out the monster Kev bought me for my birthday, but even ...
... With nothing happening in town we retired to the hostel for some chilled out drinks. There is a bit of an eclectic mix of people here, a weird old man and an old lady in the dorm who travels with a cat. If that jumps on me in the night it won't be doing much of anything anymore.
* There aren't any road rules but I feel like there should be. I can only think of two at the moment anyway, the other one being "There are no goodbyes on The Road."