- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After arriving at the Albrook bus station at 0500, we haven't too many options to do anything with Hostel Mamallena not letting us check our bags in until 0830 and being dark in a foreign city, we didn't want to be walking or getting cabs or anything. But the bus station is massive and packed with people everywhere and has a food court open, so safety for a few hours is no real issue. They have patrolling police and security guards here so we decide to find a table and chill out for a ...
... What we also found out is that they are a very traditional culture and it took a long time (and a lot of walking) to find a restaurant that was open. Michael found one but I responded by saying, "I don't want to eat Christmas dinner next to cop cars", which I thought was pretty fair! Not exactly the pretty christmas lights I like to see! Eventually we settled on a little italian place. It was just one guy doing everything and he looked exhausted! But we ...
... Then Ivo and I took taxi to albrook mall - ******* huge! So big! Had a wrap and smoothie and then we hit the shops. Cool decorations and massive Christmas tree inside. I didn't buy anything but Ivo got camera and hiking boots. Stayed till 7 then walked into old town and cane across shop with cool models made out if polystyrene. Had seen the figures on the balcony before but didn't realise was a shop. Guy was from Southampton and he let us come in - so cool - ...
... the first chicken buses we took in Central that were literally carrying cages of chickens! In hindsight it wasn't as uncomfortable as we expected- the constant need to change buses meant we weren't cramped in a seat for too long. Another bonus was that we saved $100USD doing it this way which meant we were able to treat ourselves at the other end. I must mention that we had to skip Honduras. As we had headed into El Salvador from Guatemala, we were following the ...
... the surrounding circumstances. I want to learn from this not only to form my character, but also to better understand the world’s conflicts. Often these conflicts origin in cultural differences and the unwillingness to understand the other party which results in misinterpretation of intentions. My goals are ongoing. I still have to practise Spanish and plan on taking classes to improve my speaking abilities . After talking about our personal ...