Hotel Posada La Media Luna
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- Pets allowed
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... The idea was to rock up, have a bit of a swim, and chill out for an hour or so. In reality, everyone fell asleep in rapid time on the bus, which meant to one could actually be bothered to get in. The waterfall was pretty cool, but was ultimately just an average sized waterfall. In keeping with the theme of losing things/being generally clumsy, I slipped and had a blowout on my flip-flops within about 5 minutes. ...
... and we were so nearly ready to go home at midnight when we spotted Ernesto with his friends. They 'convinced' us to join them at the cafe Revolucion again..disaster! More drinks and boogying later (so naughty!), headed back home more than tipsy and collapsed in bed (alarm set for 6am..crikey...) V and mini V (my liver is not made for 2 consecutive nights of ...
... 233;s for me although we both enjoy lazing around a cafe watching the world go by. In a rare role reversal, the town also witnessed Tracey getting ****** and me staying sober as we, alongside some of the tour group, had a late night listening to a reggae band in a Cuban bar, in Mexico. After a few days of chilling in San Cristobal it was time to say adios to Mexico for the time being, our trip will bring us back again towards the end, and cross the border into ...
... than the unappetising Samula Trailer Park well away from the
centre of town and in a private garden in the seedier end of town). Whilst the secure parking across the street from the hostel was a bonus as was the hostel’s location just off the square, the hostel itself was a big disappointment. Difficult to find and poorly signposted (it does NOT overlook
the square as Lonely Planet’s guide book suggests – where do they get this misinformation from?), ...
... warmed us up, but we were happy with one. After our drink we found a cheap place that had tacos. While we waited a lot of street kids came to either sell things or beg for food. At this point we had got immuned to this so we politely said no and they walk to the next person. The tacos were good and we enjoyed them before heading back for another sleep.
The next morning we checked out after breakfast and stored our luggage. We ended up going to another church which stood on top of ...