Hotel Los Nazarenos
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... kind of like states) that are sub-divided into about 335 municipalities (kind of like counties). She explained that each departamento is headed by a governor appointed by the president, and that each municipality within each dept is governed by a municipal council and a mayor, who is directly elected by the people. So it was comparible to the US gov.
... as you possibly can. They are dirty animals. At one point a group of people joined our table and I'll never know why he did this but for reasons only known to himself Sheeno raised his glass and goes 'To the newbies'. It wouldn't take much for me and Gilly to burn him but to our surprise and delight the whole table did likewise and we all had a good laugh at his expense. At the very end of the night Heiner came over to me and he was so ****** off. He had been chatting up this one ...
... us to a Warehouse where they would search us and wanted all our cash. At this point I was really starting to get worried, I had watched too many 'banged up aboard' type shows where people get taken for days and months, at one point even the movie ‘Taken’ popped in my head and I thought about how I should be counting how long we have been driving for how many turns are we making. In these moments though I was really scared and just kept thinking get me to the destination, ...
Yay!! I finally got to see my boys today! I went to their hostel and they cooked me an israeli breakfast called shakshuka. It was good, but definitely interesting. They made a tomato and onion sauce and then cracked eggs over it and let everything cook until the eggs were done. They had bread and a cucumber salad to eat with it, which topped the whole thing off. I'm glad I thought to stop on the way and get some scones ...
... he was on the same track as us. We got to a Y intersection and went right. It seemed the less travelled path and didn't see Dylan's footprints anymore. There were some nice lookouts on the way and places to stop for a rest. We got to the top overlooking the lava field at 9:30. Up a little higher there was a spot overlooking the other volcanos. Next we descended a steep rocky hill to the lava field. This lava was from an eruption on the 2nd March this year. Holes in ...