Hotel-Hostal Santo Domingo
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Nach dem Frühstück haben wir uns auf den Weg ins historische Zentrum gemacht. Sehr schöne Innenstadt. Wir sind durch die Gassen geschlendert, haben uns im Palacio de la Inquisition die schaurigen Geschichten und Bilder angehört und angeschaut und bei einem leckeren Kaffee uns ausgeruht. Ich hab meinen ersten geocatch gemacht und erfolgreich …
The next day myself Stephanie and Kim boarded the mini-van for the mud volcano. Within no time, we had befriended the whole van. There was a couple from the UK, a Chinese girl, a Flemish pair of girls, Ali a Persian German and his Dutch friend who he had met in Marrakesh. She was pretty loud and annoying. Ali entertained us with his stories of a night spent in a South African jail and being watched by a group of lions sitting on a tree branch ...
... obviously HE hadn't prayed hard enough.
The boredom was dulled by a visit to a hotel in the old town centre ( rather than the ****** red light / backpacker district we are in) with a beautiful courtyard. 3 of us enjoyed a bottle of wine and lunch sitting watching the world go by. I was full of good intentions of then going walking around the old town but a huge thunderstorm and torrential rain overhead plus almost ...
... this crazy and beautiful place. The last five and half months has been trying and frustrating at times but we've been rewarded with; great cities with interesting stories, good, bad and in-between, insanely beautiful natural scenery that has brought gasps and tears, extremes of weather that have burnt us to a crisp and blown us off our feet and lasting memories of superfun times spent with new friends. Muchas Gracias. Hasta Luego. Gringos out. *a strongly worded email has obviously been ...
... the guy discovered that our names were on the list, though he had omitted to shout them out. We boarded the small, tightly packed boat, named Ahora Cogelo (translating roughly as f**k it) with its tiny twin outboard motors, donned our life vests and set sail for Las Islas Rosarios..... the islands with the aquarium! The Caribbean swelled with great churning waves that our boat crashed over and against for over an hour, making our way to the islands we did not want to ...