San Jorge Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... have we until now but we wanted to start our trip in Leon, Nicaragua
and the only way was a 15 hour bus journey.
At 2am (yes that is am not pm), we left our
place in the bucketing rain and god bless him, our host for the last few days
had secretly got up to help us get to the bus.
We were glad he did, as our meeting point when we got there was on a
corner of the main road which wasn’t really that safe ...
... and with a big headache for the rest of the day.
On Monday 13th, we woke up early and went to our tour agency. When we were picked up, it became apparent that we were not the only people on the tour, and that our business had been 'sold' to another company. There were 13 people in total doing the same package as us, though of course we had all paid different prices. The journey to the base of Volcan Acatenango was a 50 minute drive away, and we ...
... It was really pleasant riding around as the day came to a close. We got to see some parts of the town we hadn't seen before. It finished at about 5:30. Oh oh - the washing. Sure enough it was closed and we were leaving at 7am tomorrow. After much cursing we went back to our hotel where our host fixed it for us, calling our transport to put back our pickup by 30 minutes at which time the laundry would be open. Fingers ...
... photos and posters from exhibitions all over the world. We brought home a few small birds for the Christmas tree.
Hector stops in front of a nearby market and explains that we are going on a treasure hunt - we were each given some money and a piece of paper with the name of a product written on it in Spanish. Our mission is to go into the market, find the item ...
... and saying goodbye. Not sure why this was such a sad and emotional experience for me but think it was the connections with people more than anything. Once over the mountains the climate changes again to cool and cloudy. We pass the towns and end up on the inter americam highway and onwards to Antigua and bustling real world time and cities.Arriving in Antigua we have no accommodation booked and our first choice is booked out but across ...