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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Shoe Shine Guy putting his gear in the corner of the now crusade stage but the former town hall steps. And I guess more out of nothing better to do -- Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy sits down in the crowd listen as we are set up in his front yard, on his front porch and near his room.
We wave and greet him with a hug and smile. He receives our welcome eagerly and sits to listen. Restless, he gets up but not ...
... with the students. After we hung out there for a while we took the bus back to the hostile to grab our bags and head to the hotel, which we are currently staying at. It is a really nice spot with much larger rooms. For dinner we had rice and chicken empanadas, salad, gallo pinto, fried cheese and chicken. After dinner we got some well-deserved chill time and had a short debrief afterwards. Overall it was absolutely one of the best days of the trip so far!
... people for its amazing coconut ice cream and banana milkshake. It was massive and very tasty. That evening we enjoyed a few rum and cokes courtesy of Zac and Kassia, a nice American couple we met on the boat.
The next morning was moving on time, knowing we had a tight schedule for getting to our next destination we paid for a taxi to take us to the boat for 11am. This only took 50 minutes!! We then headed to Laguna Apoyo, a crater lake ...
... the side of the lake, we were engulfed in mosquitos coming through the unclosable windows. That was when we realised the mozzy spray was still residing in the hotel bedroom and as we were already late, there was no going back. With malaria eradicated, at least we only had to worry about Dengue fever and West Nile virus. Paddling around the inner islands in our double kayak with Mombacho in the background was both fun and relaxing, especially for Steve ...
... of town, in front of the park, the huge and very orange Cathedral is impressive. Behind it, a pedestrian street that is lined with cafes and bars runs all the way down to the shores of the massive lake. We are told that the best views are up in the bell tower of the church La Merced. The view of the town, its beautiful cathedral, the surrounding lake and ...