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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... outside the house, since it was a beautiful night, and all of a sudden we heard firecrackers. There is a HUGE festival on Saturday, celebrating Santo Domingo, and apparently some people wanted to start early! So Karel, Mami and I took a walk and joined the little parade for a bit! I say little because they said Saturday is going to be wayyyyyy bigger!! Ok, gonna end this and add some pics. It's not easy typing all of this on a phone!! Hope to share more adventures soon!! Buenas ...
... wh,at a luxury! Breakfast was a huge buffet. It was nice to have a relaxing morning. I don't get to bed until 2 am and woke up at 5:30! What is wrong with me!!?? My next adventure is getting to Granada. The hotel charged me $12 for the taxi to the bus to Granada. The bus station is not really a bus station. It's a bunch of stall vendors and a small bus waiting to be filled. The taxi stopped, the bus hustler ran over, grabbed my backpack and deposited it ...
... roads to take about two hours for the journey. Around midday, I was dropped in a vibrant market area in Granada just a few blocks from my Hostel Oasis. I’m really digging these early arrivals as it gave me enough time to relax a bit through the hottest time of the day with a good few hours to explore the town. As it turned out those few hours were more than enough time to explore the town, soak in the vibe and check out a few ...
... children sold us wooden walking sticks and men on horseback followed us like vultures, waiting for us to tire out and accept their offers of a ride to the top for 200 Quetzales ($10 US) (nobody did). Members of our group also roasted marshmallows on the hot volcanic rock!
3. Copan Ruinas – We crossed the border into Honduras and spent two nights in the town of Copan. Copan appears to be the home of ...
... wait in the cooler lobby and we got to charge up our computers and check email on their wifi which was a bonus. During this time no one showed up for the bus agency. At 6pm our bus was due and we waited and finally at 6.20 it came and we were given a dinner of chicken sandwiches and fries to take with us ( well it was the first class bus now and they feed you a dinner).We were on the bus finally to the border and as is usual the bus steward collects the passports and fees ...