Posada de Santiago
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and they were absolutely hilarious. Both of them are in kinesiology so our conversations were based around medicine and poor Anthony was not understanding the "medical language" but guess what cool thing they told me? you can get volteran in pill form!! Just not in Canada. And apparently they are absolutely amazing. Dad, I will get you some, dont worry! After chatting with these guys for a bit, we booked out semuc champey trip and decided it was bed ...
... a tortoise and the world’s friendliest cat Brujo) and back to the mainland we went. Me and Corinne met up with Matt and went off inland to have a drive around and visit a lake called Ilopango. It was very beautiful, with deep blue water and surrounded by volcanoes. Then it was back home to Corinne and Matt’s place and time for my daily migraine. What a drag.
The next day was Sunday and the day we had booked a tour with one of Corinne’s friends. She is one of ...
... comical. We reached the last ladder but instead of climbing up we were led to a small hole where water was rushing through, you couldn't see how far down it went as the water blocked the view. Yet the guides sent us all down there. I was quite apprehensive, not knowing what was below or how far it went. Yet 20 or so had already gone down successfully so I put my trust in the guide as he pushed me down essentially a naturally formed water slide. Luckily it was only ...
... to keep our nose and mouth above water! It was a bit nerve wracking but really cool, and then you ducked under and saw a couple of metres back out into the open pool!
We headed back to the hostel from here in the truck, all standing in the back and gripping on for the bumpy and very hot ride, desperate for showers. I had an amazing vegetable curry in the hostel for dinner and Ali wasn't feeling well so she went to bed. I played some cards and pool and had drinks with ...
... hills – there were rows of farmland (like veggie patches) mixed in with trees mixed in with areas of dirt. Hinesh called them "rolling green hills". Really nice countryside.
After a total of 8 hours in the shuttle bus we make it to our home for the next couple of days – Hotel El Retiro (but not before the driver nearly takes out another car around a bend….). There is some kind of political dispute with the indigenous locals complaining about ...