Hotel Dos Mundos
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... Welcome to nature, the river, birds, cold showers, scorpions, vegetarian meals and best of all no wifi (you could get wifi but you had to climb a seriously steep hill to the top house for reception).
So after a long day of travelling we settled down to a couple of happy hour beers and the vegetarian dinner and decided on ...
... your day bag and keep a hand or two on it. The lake itself is beautiful as volcanoes stood guard on the opposite shores. Understandably I wasn't in much of a sightseeing mood but wandered in the shops and stalls a bit before heading back to the hotel for a nap. Still running the gamut a little but doing my best to look internally for memories, of which there were a lot of great ones this first half of the ...
... living in the beauty of a moment.To stay forever in that moment would have been beautiful, however the feeling did carry on with me for the rest of the day as we packed into the back of a truck and surfed down the mountain, treacherously standing on tires and big metal air containers. We walked around the minimal town of Lanquin and managed to even find a bar that had Internet after checking me into my new hostel. After eating and chatting for ...
... pools, Jason started to get nervous about the small fish that were nipping at his feet so our time in the pools ended and we headed back to the hostel.
The restaurant and lobby of the hostel are also open air and have a great view of the rushing river below. Our lunch was tasty and filling and we enjoyed sitting and watching the river. There were some brave local children jumping into the river and climbing out over and over again. There were also some people on a ...
... swimming down through the pools and checking out the awesome waterfalls. It was a great day, which didn't let up on the way back, because it started to hammer it down with rain and we were in a flatbed truck, which really struggled to make it up the hills, until the locals sprinkled some magic sawdust over the road and we powered up the hill, however, I do think the clutch needed a sprinkle of sawdust after its exertions!
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