Posada de Los Leones
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... were absolutely delicious and made the discomfort of the cold water a bit more bearable. The next pool was my favourite since it was the most comfortable at 37 degrees. I didn't want to leave this pool, but the last one wasn't too bad either at 31 degrees. The next 20 minutes or so were spent going back and forth two times each between the hottest and the coldest pools. After being the cold pool for 5 minutes, the hottest one was really too hot and we couldn't last ...
Once back in town and walking back to the hostel I popped into a sports bar to see if they had a recording of the Liverpool game that was played earlier. They did! The icing on the cake of a good day out was watching Liverpool beat Spurs. Nice.
Monday was a leisurely day of exploring Antigua a bit more, including the market. We wandered into the ruins of the cathedral, the part that hasn't been rebuilt. We also ...
Leaving Monteverde (Sam)
Thursday started early because we had to catch a bus at 6:30 AM. It was POURING outside, and a constant gale battered our house. Every few minutes a big gust would come and every time that happened I was sure the roof was going to fly off. It was odd, because for a week or so we had had good weather. It was like Monteverde didn't want us to leave. We eventually got outside and walked down ...
... in colourful patterns to represent a carpet. In what would have taken days to build the result was definitely worthwhile. These however were swept away about 24 hours after we saw them.
The mobile Burger King on wheels that we saw in El Salvador had nothing on this place. You wouldn't even know it was there walking past it. Still, it was ...
... bed, the sky was completely clear and infront of a billion stars was Fuego throwing up tons of molten rock a hundred feet into the air! It was without a doubt one of the most incredible things I have ever seen in my life! We sat there half hanging out of our tents in complete awe as the red rock rolling down the side of the volcano slowly faded to black. I decided to sit out for a while with my sleeping bag and take a few photos of the stars. I took one ...