Casa Vieja Lodge
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... we imitated a snake being charmed by the beautiful sounds of flutes.. Which sounded more like bag pipes but we just went with it! A contemporary dance followed that.. 9 Million Bikes in Beijing was mine and Jenny's way of showing the audience our love... By this point.. The audience were on their feet (and not because they were leaving the room... Because they liked us omg!) The final song was Hey Now for the Lizzie McGuire movie.. Of course. We whipped our bikini tops off and ...
We get an early start to have ourselves sorted before our 9am pick up for our hike up a local volcano named Pacaya. It was a pretty average sleep with more commotion in the dorm around 330-4am last night. But finally things quietened down and we got some sleep. Slam down our corn flakes, shower, smash a few coffees and we are ready to roll. As expected, our pick up is few mins late so Purto ducks to the toilet. Of course, the driver arrives when he's just gone in and so says he will ...
Perfect start to my birthday, Valentino wins the MotoGP at Phillip Island.
Day spent lazing around bought Tom a Carmel Frapochino instead of a birthday cake.
Had an amazing meal, fantastic steak too much to eat
This volcano hike wasn’t too intense thankfully. No one was permitted past the recent lava flows so we didn’t hike all the way to the crater at the summit. We did walk for about 1.5hrs to get to this point though.
We traversed over a fresh lava flow that occurred literally 2 weeks before we arrived. We talked to a couple ...
... There was lots of greenery, and the pouring rain just added to the beauty. I remembered that the volcano had erupted in 2010, so I was curious to see how the roads leading up to the entrance were. About 1km away from the volcano, the van drove over what appeared to be dirt. I then realized we were driving over small lava rocks, which was very exciting. This was the first time I had seen lava in person. Once we got to the volcano entrance, there were a lot of ...