Hotel Rainbow Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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This morning we were back with the girls studying tourism, they were all really nice and seemed genuinely pleased to have us there helping with their English. At break time they went out and bought enchiladas and orange juice for us all, so we had a little class party with them.
As we were chatting away it came out they all watch Geordie Shore! Hilarious! They were pretty impressed ...
When the power finally came back on in the morning and the fan started working life was good! We slept all morning and made a big bowl of guac and chips for lunch. Then Yotam helped me tie die mine and Blair's Skid Row shirts with bleach, making them really cool and patterned with orange! We chilled for the rest of the afternoon and then went to Fu King Woks, a Chinese in the island that only opens 3 times a week and everyone raves about, with a big group from the hostel (Jono, ...
... we had left and realized we had enough to pay so we sighed in relief thankful we had enough. But, surprisingly when we got up to the window the officer did not charge us the unofficial exit fee. Then, we started heading back to the bus as we had seen the other people from our bus do. Just as we were almost to our bus we passed a young man from the Hedman Alas company that pointed us to a Honduran office we needed ...
... stone where, according to the movie, the human sacrifice would lose their head and the blood would run down either side. Very technical stuff. No wonder our attention soon waned to some nearby Macau birds. Feeding time.
That moment before you lose a finger down a hungry bird’s beak.
... out a stack of tortillas and a whole baked chicken. She sent Chabelo back into the prison to buy a bottle of pop (a 3 litre bottle of something like orange crush), some plastic cups and plates. We insisted that the food should be for Chabelo but she insisted that we were going to have a picnic, and it was a whole chicken raised in her yard. Melo had been given last night a bag with different types of snack food, including banana chips and some synthetic munchie ...