Posada El Delfin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... are made of either breeze blocks or pieces of corrugated metal cobbled together and their kitchens and eating areas are outside under a shelter. They cook over a fire, not with an oven as we know it. I don’t know what rooms are inside as I didn’t get that far. I wish I could have seen.
The next day it was off on the second part of our mini adventure down the coast in the other direction to a little island community on la Isla Tasajera (pronounced tass-a-hair-a). ...
... Whilst we are still very young at heart we didn't think there was any need to spin a chocolate wheel at 8pm in the evening instead of prizes the items including losing an item of clothing, kissing someone of the same sex, changing clothes with someone of the opposite sex, the list goes on. We were sitting with a young couple from Norway and decided to turn in early for the night. For the record we woke up for a early morning toilet scramble and the party was still going strong at ...
... it's only lit up by 2 candles and Rafa's torch pointing to where rocks are, and where we have to land. Us four boys all have a go with the girls sitting this one out. Rafa does his jump and he doesn't surface for about a minute as we start to wonder what the hell is going on. He jumped from much higher and despite landing where we all landed, we have not seen him surface. Only for me to look down and see his little face peering out of a tiny little opening in the rock floor laughing as ...
... in Guatemala, as this shack type house seems the fairly normal setup. The family spoke Mayan so we had to have someone to translate this into Spanish, which Rachel then translated into English for the rest of us!
First of all we were shown a cacao fruit and each given one of the seeds that had a bit of flesh on it to eat, they tasted a bit like a rambutan (lychee like fruit) not what I expected! The seeds are then left in the ...
... my hair.....
My Spanish is a lot better and I can have pretty solid conversations with people. I can understand alot but my vocab is still pretty minimal however Its much better than not being able to talk at all. In a another month and a half of classes I will be borderline fluent.
I also experienced my first earth quake tremor that was pretty cool. It woke me up in the morning and my bed was pretty much a ...