Hotel Los Pasos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... facilitate movement, but there was too much friction on the string. I was in charge of helping Chris pump up said balloons with a hand pump. ;) On the fourth try, the demo worked because someone pulled down on the string. Ah, trial and error...the key to discoveries. :P
Once the rest of our group got back we ALL went down the road to an empty field and shot off a bazillion 2ltr ...
... that for an ingenious way to have mobile power when you need it. Along with visits to the local Supermercado, a wonderful evening with Hazel's homestay family and other student at a Japanese restaurant (I know Japanese in Latin America!) Oh well, I got to taste Sushi for the first time. And the necessary? clothes shopping, I packed a lot into the seven days here, and I know that there is so much more to see and do in this interesting place, but that will have to wait until next time, ...
... and whether the back panel is the base. The complex patterns and weaving process requires a good deal of brain work and math that is way beyond me. And this is a process that's handed down across the generations of women who had little schooling and would probably be considered 'uneducated'.
Afterwards, we have a little shopping time. My shopping is minor compared to the time allotted and I wander outside for some photo ops. I spot one of those chicken buses ...
One more night in a dingy backpackers in Cartagena and I was off on my first proper backpacking trip and meeting Mo at the airport in Guatemala City. Seeing Mo at the airport was amazing, it felt like I hadn't seen my friends for months! I didn't realise just how much I missed my friends until I saw her. As much as I enjoyed my time with the girls, being able to completely relax and be yourself was great.
I immediately got a great ...
... types of terrain. Initially you pass agricultural fields, then enter dense, moist forest, which then thins out to a more alpine type of environment, with tall spindle-clad trees perched on the hillside amid knee high grass-shrubs. It was in this environment that we would camp after several hours of hiking with our packs. By this point, the altitude was approaching 3,500m above sea level, where we had relaxed only days earlier. Up to this point, the climb ...