Locanda Trattoria Montesei
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... seemed to be at the discretion of the bar tender, with no prior notice given to the customers and get earlier each night. We usually ended up back on our balcony by 10.30pm. On Wednesday night the beach bar excelled itself by shutting up shop at 9.15pm. We could hear music in the village though and found that one of the other bars had an “open mike” night. The bar was packed and still selling beer. When we arrived a Brazilian tourist was doing ...
Rond 9u word ik wakker
van een aanhoudend geklop op de deur. Lobke is nog wat suf en met de
ogen half open, kijk ik toch maar even of er iemand voor de deur
staat. En ja, Tom en Caro staan bleekjes en met serieuze gezichten
voor onze deur en willen per se binnenkomen. Ik twijfel nog even of
we dat wel willen, gezien Lobke half naakt in bed ligt. Maar ze
dringen aan en zeggen dat het serieus is, dus ik zwicht. Zo gauw de
deur achter ...
... The girls had collected everyone’s passport or identity card and they took them all to the office for the exit procedure. All we had to do was stretch our legs whilst we waited and change our last few Nicaraguan cordobas with the moneychangers. We then drove the short distance to the Honduran immigration office. Here it took only 10 minutes for the paperwork to be completed and we were on our way again.
There was really no discernible difference ...
... Salvador is also a city that you need to exercise caution as to where you go and at what time of day you should be back at the hotel. There are armed guards at almost all the businesses. They may only have two shells for the shotgun, but one is normally enough. We were fortunate in the fact that we booked our hotel in a "safe area", so we did go out at night to shop a bit and eat. We found a ...
... br> 6.00pm: When it comes to Central America there is one thing everyone told us about: “Do NOT drive after dark”. Dangers include: slow cars without taillights, cattle on the road, trucks parked on the right lane for the night, bandits and carjackers, etc. It's already getting really dark so we need to get to our hotel as fast as possible. I apply my proven method for violating speed limits in relative safety: the “rabbit” ...