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... our actual hostel. We told him to do one and walked, while noting that the directions the taxi driver gave us were completely false. Unfortunately for us, the hostel was full. So Jayna sat in a coffee shop whilst Ken did the rounds of the hostels in the vicinity, and found a good enough one a few blocks down from Parque Central. This was on a tree lined pedestrianised street, with cobbles and nice colourful buildings. Lovely.
We settled in ...
... their climbing and swinging skills, wrestled one another, or sat grooming themselves. Sadly, they have learned to open backpacks and steal food, so we saw them doing that too. The sounds we were surrounded by were so cool...especially the howler monkeys, which are the loudest land mammal on earth.The biggest challenge of the day (besides surviving the heat) was spotting a sloth. Guides kept pointing them out to their groups, but we could never see them. They sleep most ...
... 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 ...
... send me home and told me to come back the next day. After that Bas got fluids and to rehydrate him, to ease his pain and antibiotics. He is finally sleeping now The bills keep stacking up. I feel we are getting ripped of. But still at the end of the day I'm just happy he is getting help and that what he has isn't severe. We are waiting for a woman to give us hopefully the last bill ( she says she need an other 10 minutes ) and than we go back to the ...
... there was just enough room on the bus to pack the three of us and two guys who decided it was a good idea to bring their fresh and very bloody fish onto the bus.
We left La Boquita at 5:09. The last bus to Masaya from our next terminal left at 5:40. The ride was approximately a half hour on the way to the beach. We knew we would be running to catch the next bus if we could make it all. At this point, I wasn't too concerned because I thought the buses, ...