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... put away the phone. It had been super tough day! We were tired, frustrated, and felt dirty. The ordeal wasn't over yet. The hotel sure had seen good days, but those were firmly in the past. It was a four star hotel on paper. But it was falling apart. The room was huge, but terrible. The bathroom was falling apart. The air conditioner barely worked. The sheets had huge black spots on them, and we were afraid to use them. We tried imagining what those black spots ...
... witnessing there at half three in the morning.
Apparently the only other place on earth blue sulphur flames can be seen burning is in Iceland: this is a very special place and one we won't forget. We headed back up to the top of the volcano and attempted to head east so we could set ourselves down and await the imminently rising sun. After a wrong turn (and almost missing the whole thing) we did find a good spot and sat down on the soft ash slope as the sky above the ...
... flowers embedded. I told her that sounded fine to me and we agreed to meet her the next day at her shop between 9:00 and 10:00 at her shop for final fitting. With that in mind we continued our shopping somewhat more at ease. Jed and I managed to find some really cheap batik shirts and the girls bought a whole plethora of cheap goods.
The next day we hired a car for the day and showed up at Ria's shop just after 10:00 tucked neatly away in ...
... Telephone satellite (1)
- Power inverter (500 watt)
- Sleeping bag (2)
... hadn't brought them to the office. Anyways, by 1:45 we started saying we were just going to leave and they kept saying we should wait. Well at 2:05 we finally left and we were 3 blocks away we got a call telling us to come back because they were ready for us. Mind you Rick said that when they arrived it literally took them 5 minutes a person and they turned around and came back to the hotel. So when we headed back it was like 2:30, which means we had been there ...