Siesta Hotel and Casino
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... have a working part of the museum showing ancient methods of dying clothes. Must admit it looked very like tie-dying to me, but it was quite interesting to observe how patterns were created using wax, templates or clever stitching methods. Even though she explained everything in Spanish, it was easy enough to follow what the processes were.
Outside I found that there was a trail that was roped off and which led you around several small pyramids. I had ...
... the chips, but Lays were my favorites and I sampled the fruits and the mango was my favorite! Then Sara had the good idea to make up the rest of the sandwiches and give them and the rest of e chips to the park workers who were having their lunchtime nearby. They were very appreciative of the food and we felt good to give it to them. We certainly need need it!!
After lunch, we walked some more around the park, but since it was soooooo hot, we didn't do a big ...
... So afraid of not being what people expect and therefor I decided not to go for it. Now I was back and he is still into music. One thing led to an other in a Jamn and we decided to record one song. We where going to Guatemala come back for one week to record before going to Nicaragua. We tried to work on the song, but inspiration was nowhere to be found. So when we came back we had to write the song because we only had the refrain. Then with an other Jamn ...
... for the entrance stamp to El Salvador. Which we didn't actually get because it wasn't 'necessary'. Whatever that meant. Back on the bus for a few minutes brought us to a sort of warehouse where we had to get off the bus again, this time with all our luggage. The luggage was lined up as it had been at the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua a week earlier, but this time rather than a halfhearted manual search, they brought out the sniffer dogs, ...
... pre made rebar from the house down the street that the family is renting to the build site. This took most of the morning.
By noon, there was not too much to do. Kevin had let us know in the morning that we may head to a swimming spot after work and this is what we did. We stopped early at 2pm.
We left the job site and went to a "water park". It was fun to see and ...