Hotel Santa Maria
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
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... plants. Then at the top we got to look down into the crater - it was awesome! It's the first volcano I've been up - it was very impressive! There's loads of volcanoes in Central America so I'm looking forward to exploring more of them - an active one would be very cool to see.
That night I got to meet a whole bunch of Corinne and Matt's friends as one of them was having a Burns night around the corner. How random that my first Burns ...
... and seasoned, and they were active in trying to do something. One young man who was sitting beside me told me that he lived in the most dangerous gang controlled neighbourhood in San Salvador - called Las Palmas.
After the formal presentations we participated in a Maya fire ceremony, lead by a Quiche leader from Guatemala who is attending the conference. While he prepared the fire, an older Jesuit who works in Quetzaltenango, translated ...
... us, and was absolutely stoked to maintain such a prolonged Spanish conversation with a stranger. It was at this point I realized I had finally made it, and could finally say that I speak Spanish. Of course there is a long way to go and I still don't understand so much, but this was proof to myself that I’m certainly functional within the language. After 9 months the hard work is paying off! The crater was spectacular and ...
... s tooting and zooming all over the road. I asked to be dropped at a hotel, they dropped me out the front of the Internacional Hotel. I checked in and was shown to my room. I had made it. I was finally in Honduras. But I was exhausted. I let mum know I was safe and then ventured out to find some food. Just as I was leaving all the lights went out. They quickly flickered back on, and I walked up the street to find something to eat. I had read about a restaurant but I wasn't willing ...
... a fun town, with some small scale development going on and a relaxed attitude. During the week a bit sleepy but alive in the weekends when the Salvadorians pour in from the capital to enjoy some beach time and eat langoustines (which are excellent btw). There is even a microbrewery starting up with four different beers, from IPAs to white beers, and a restaurant called ‘Temaki’ with of course sushi. After ten days we more or less know everybody ...