Posada de Carlos V
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Free parking
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The dorm has a huge window looking out over the valley. Not a bad view to wake up to. The morning light didn't spoil my lie in, and I got up in time to go tubing. It wasn't planned and I nearly didn't bother, the draw of that infinity pool was pretty strong. But having established the girls that had signed up weren't the boring Americans we got stuck talking to last night I thought "**** it" and got involved.
We left at 11, ...
Once we'd had our fill of swimming in paradise we hiked back out to the road to wait for a truck to take us back to town. While we sat out reading our books some of the little girls selling chocolate approached us again. We declined their offer for "chocolate-okay-maybe-later" and they decided to sit with us for a while. They confiscated our books and tried to read them out loud. They mispronounced every word but read on nonetheless for our amusement. We got talking ...
... streets. Suddenly, we were forced to stop as two trucks were stuck in the mud and this time there was definitely no way we could pass. Our driver stopped the van and we waited for about 20 minutes. At that point, everyone who was blocked decided to turn around. We thought we would take a simple detour and move on...but not so fast! When we turned around to come back the way we came, we drove for a couple hundred metres and then along with the few other vehicles in the ...
... on retro clothes as everything is under $3. After about an hour of searching through this department store we all compared new items of clothing, people had new shirts jackets and shoes, since I hate shopping I thought I would play it safe with my cream coloured corded hoodie which still has the 1996-97 ski pass attached. For 25cents I now strut around Guatemala in cord. Yep cord, if I didn't stand out enough before.... I do now.
Thursday night ...
... get much wetter on a tour. We carried on through the cave system - up ladders, down ladders, more wading and swimming until we finally came to a small waterfall. There was some ladders to the side of it but for the adventurous amongst us, we could scramble up the rock face with the help of a rope. If there was any doubt why we had candles, we knew now. If they hadn't went in the water during the wading/swimming, they were extinguished in ...