Posada de los Volcanes
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... I wasn't following her. I headed for El Quetzal Spanish school which I researched to be very good and not expensive. I eventually made it and went in and organised classes for the week starting the next day and my home stay family !! after some awkward Spanish convo (in which I have none) Natalie arrived to take me to her house. Natalie lives with her mum, grandma and sister and now me. Its a small little house with 3 rooms but its great and the family is perfect for ...
... cream vendor engaged in mortal combat for our business. The restaurant with the best views and free parking won the battle. But they only served Nescafe instant coffee...so their neighbor ended up winning on a technicality. After enjoying a nice coffee and a great view, it was time for Joseph and I to part ways. Bien viaje Joseph.
El Burro earned his gas today, taking on ...
... ride via shuttle bus, but is in fact an uncomfortable 8-hours. With your knowledge of shuttle bus journeys and their popularity versus the size of minibuses used (which are created by naturally petite Japanese designers) you try to be cunning and arrange to be collected at the first pick-up point, so that you can secure a 'comfortable' seat. Things to be avoided are wheel arches under your feet which lock your legs in a permanently raised and bent position with no opportunity ...
... hand as water poured onto my face. As I was lowered further down and felt the ground a candle was somehow passed through to me. As I joined the group and had others come after we just all mused "what did we just do?!?" The rest of the way out was less eventful and once out of the cave we then came up to a very tall rope swing suspended by two large poles that flung those who were brave enough into the wide river. Of course Llew couldn't not do it and was one of the first after we ...
... underneath short tunnels before resurfacing, of which we proudly all managed. (thankfully, as otherwise I imagine we would have been blue bodies stuck on the bottom).
Sliding down a small waterfall we could then back under it and sit in a small cave behind the cascade which was pretty cool. We also explored a different cave in another section. The guide disappeared under the water and then we could hear him call for us one at a time. We had to ...
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