Las Ramblas de Puerto Manzano
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... while you are standing behind me in line to consistently hit it. I promise to save your place in line should the inch between us somehow get invaded by a pack of hyper fellow passengers. And by the way, the bus will not leave without you. There are people behind you in line as well. In summary, large bag strapped to my shoulders with a yoga mat attached to it is not an illusion, it is indeed an object that will not disappear no many how many times you bump it. Back on up ...
... and the pharmacist (nice young lady) suggested if Lin was worried, she could sell us some aspirin. Sale concluded. She also told us we could find a doctor at the Maternity and Infant Clinic (!) and said not to go to the hospital because it smelled a lot?! We found the clinic and also found a chap in the queue who could translate. Perfect. Turns out hewas a German who had worked for years in the oil industry (sounded like a Yank). So, our request was relayed to the ...
... we waited for the boat to depart. We took a boat about an hour to the peak of the island and then hiked the 12 kilometers back. It was an beautiful day-slightly overcast but warm enough. The trail was fairly empty so it was nice and peaceful. We passed people every ten minutes or so and matt got to work on making his "hola" sound not so American. We compared the hike to something ...
... the sun set.
After having dinner, we were very tired so we went to bed earlier than usual. Inside the tent, we set ourselves up to play a last game of cards for the night. For none of us was it our first time camping but for all of us it was the first time camping as a family! It definitely won’t be the last!
Today I got up and headed to Villa la Angostura, which is 3 hours south of San Martín and is situated on one of the many lakes in the area. La Villa is a bit more touristy than San Martín but in other ways is more of a small town. I made it to the Italian Hostel where the co-owner Sebastián gave me a map and many suggestions if things to do i.e. more hiking! I walked to the port ...