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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... South America and its people. Today we awoke to one of us feeling sick, but much to our surprise it was Lauren. We had planned to head up the hill on a 5 hour walk past a place called the tree house that has a huge swing. Instead we spent the day relaxing at the hostel, watching a few episodes of Dexter and reading. The cool thing was though that every now and then a rumble would come from the volcano rattling the windows. Fingers crossed that no big eruptions happen before ...
... walk back to our hostel as my legs kept giving out. After a fabulous dinner - burgers and proper beer - at the restaurant around the corner, we eventually made our way to the leprechaun bar. The bar was quite expensive so that we went for the free shot across the road before giving in and buying a drink with everyone else. When we were told that Juan was in fact a pole dance instructor we had to find a bar with a pole which fortunately was only 2 doors down so that ...
... were controversial and a little off the mark. Venting his Falklands frustrations out on us, dissing the Queen, David Beckham and the late Princess Diana, before his patriotic purge; "Maradona is the best footballer in the WORLD... Why have YOU taken our Falkland Islands from us eh?". Stale Pilsner wafted on his warm breath as he closed in on me. Suddenly aware the surrounding passengers had clocked the verbal attack, I gave him a shrug and told him that we ...
... that one of the five tunnels we drive through has water pouring down from the ceiling - ruh roh! Double trouble when Izabela and Frank pinked us by asking the driver to slow down as we went through the wettest part! Saturday 31st May: good thing I have a sense of humour AND I know a little but about canyoning..... We rocked up to the agency to find complete chaos- they had a rafting group + a canyoning group + a climbing group all being given gear and getting ready to ...
... few moments when I truly felt like I was in a tropical paradise because we were able to swim with and approach the sea lions with relative ease. Much to our dismay, we had to leave the cove and go back on the bus so we could board the boat back to Santa Cruz. After another unforgettable two hour boat ride, we went back to the hotel to drop off our backpacks and get spending money. Next, we walked to an area with gift shops and spent an hour buying souvenirs. ...