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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the concrete look was actually how they were originally built with the exposed brickwork being encased in a smooth mortar.
Before I left I paid my US$3 entrance money.
The whole time I was there, I was the only visitor. I have the feeling that at Tazumal, I was also the only foreign visitor as everyone else seemed to be on a school trip.
As that was Chulachapua pretty much covered, I decided to jump on the next bus back to Santa Ana. On the ...
... thing we saw was the mystery cave where lots of bats live. It was a really cool (in more ways than one!) We also saw iguanas, some big rodent that they eat, deer, birds and lots of interesting trees and plants.
Now comes the time of reckoning! The ropes course. This is no weenie ropes course either. It is way up there in the trees and there are 25 challenges. I didn't know how hard they were until I was up there and the photos don't do the challenges justice. Most of ...
... one of our songs ( half written) we where working on and he liked it. Just in that little moment he decided that we would record 2 songs. Bas was zo excited while I was sweating my ass off. I tried for weeks to get a feeling for that other song and figure out what to write. Now suddenly there are 2 songs we need to write. We need to focus because it's Saturday and we are going to record on Tuesday. How the songs are going to turn out.. I'll let you know when we get ...
... a scan of a random selection of our bags. Everything was then loaded back onto the bus whilst an official wanted another look at my passport (I was the only gringa on a bus full of Central Americans). Not five minutes after we had left the baggage control the bus stopped again at a gas station. As I was finally getting closer to my destination I was eager to keep going, especially as it started to get dark, but most of these people were heading for Guatemala ...
... a pair of Nike knockoffs for 25$ at a little shop near the hotel.
Tonight we were prepared a special El Salvadorian dish by our hosts called pupusas. It is a tortilla stuffed with beans, cheese or vegetables and is traditionally served with a sauce and coleslaw. They were delicious.
I took a lot of nature pictures today as we did not do a lot on the build today. ...