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... entering and exiting the bus, a full-blown, frenzied, frenetic, fan-fare from food-fetching, fanatical folk, for fearful famished fellows, fearing feeble, future feeding.
The change-over was swift, and my leg room was laughable. At one point, one of the over-zealous guys on the bus who helps with the bags lost his balance while holding a huge sack of goods and almost knocked it into the driverīs ...
... but we were rewarded with some wonderful Chinese goodness to satiate our hunger. Naturally, we were hungry an hour later. But by then we had broken into some really good tequila, and had the tunes playing background to some good conversation. After a few rounds of tequila we were all speaking fluent Spanish with an eccentric old guy from Madrid (note: new teaching strategy - give all students a few shots of tequila before starting each ...
... small jungle. And we reached a boiling hot stream - apparently 95 degrees. It was steaming. Here there were several pools, all built into the forest. Very cute!! And we had the whole place to ourselves. The first we went in was small pool, big enough for about 8 people. It was really warm. Here, you can put mud on yourself! I've never done it before - it's a bit stony and gritty, you smear it all over your face and arms and then wait until it drys, ...
There is a Mayan site up the road from Copan that no one seems to go to called Sepulturas. It’s included in the price of the Copan ticket so we thought we’d take the 3km stroll to see what it was all about. It’s not as spectacular as the main attraction but it was definitely worth the effort - not least because we had the whole place to ourselves. ...
... 2,000 inscriptions on 63 steps in America.
Macaw Mountain had a 45 min guided ...