Posada Belen Museo Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... it happens every December 12th. So was cool to see. Back to the hostel again we went to get changed to go to the sky bar. However we followed google maps which took is down the wrong street and it took forever, by the time we arrived, they were leaving. We discovered new parts of the city that we hadn't seen like the main square, lit up with Christmas lights. For a moment we were almost regretting leaving tomorrow. We went back to ...
... Parque in front of the church to feed the constant stream of people attending the Holy Vigil inside. A TV crew were even broadcasting an interview with an important looking priest or bishop. There was a band playing sombre music at the door of the church which continued late into the night, we could even hear it from our room. We need to get used to this though, apparently preparations and processions go throughout the night during Semana Santa.
Passed plantations, many pineapple, banana and coconut roadside stalls and soon the landscape became a bit barren.
One spot of the journey there were ...
... to do: - Volcan Pacaya. We got this volcano hike included with our spanish school deal, and it was pretty impressive. We hiked with Tanner from our homestay. After 1.5 hours in another minivan we came to the base of Pacaya where loads of children try to rent you sticks to use for the hike, ensuring you that they are "necesario". If you don't rend one they just turn to asking for straight money. Entrepreneurs. Our guide was Nere, and he was cool. Has hiked the volcano twice ...
... and countless attempts at trying to nail Spanish our Central and South American travels have come to an end. Its definately been an unforgetable journey, so many good times and challenges. This amazing experience saw us do many many things and meet loads of new friends.
Below is a list of activities weve done in the last 6 months... more than 50!
Climbed a volcano, Wine tour, Iguazu falls, Sand boarding and ...