San Gregorio Hotel and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... hard going. Then we took what appeared to be a service road for horses and 4x4s only down a way, followed by a ridiculously steep and narrow section. Several people fell over. We rejoined the original path for the straight downhill section, finding our knees were very sore by this point. Thankfully, when we reached the bottom, we didn't have to wait too long for our transport back to Antigua, and were back in the city by 12pm. What a day it had turned ...
... means they have to squeeze in as the third person in a seat meant for two. Shortly after, a second drunk boards the bus and in his compromised situational awareness, he seats himself right next to the first drunk. Within seconds, he rises up in great agitation and stumbles down the aisle and occupies a seat at the back. He is clearly outraged by something about the first drunk.
Eventually every seat is taken other than the undesirable one ...
... to create bubbles on top like a cappuccino.
We also got to choose either milk or dark chocolate along with a mold we liked to make our own chocolates. Jason and I both chose milk chocolate and it was fun to fill the molds with the delicious, milky, sweet chocolate. We also had multiple toppings to choose from. I used a ton such as, almonds, macadamia nuts, coconut, sprinkles, mint, orange peel, coffee beans, and cinnamon. ...
... then mailing back to Uruguay. I offered to take the computer to Uruguay if Jim was willing to pay for the charges.
I left GUA around noon time and had a 8 hour layover at the MIA airport. I watched people as they huddled through the terminal. I made some fone calls too.
I was able to fly business class from MIA to MVD. Sweet. I watched the movie "Draft ...
... It seemed like a nice little place though. When we arrived at the hostel I was attacked by one of the ducks, seriously, he bit me. It didn't hurt, no teeth, but still, attack ducks?
Friday was a marathon. At about 8:30 we got a ride with the hostel owner to Ahuachapán where we got a bus to the border. Crossing the border was easy, apart from the walk over the bridge and up the hill. Then we waited 20 minutes for the bus ...