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TravelPod Member ReviewsLas Gardenias El Remate
Very nice, the restaurant just beside serves good food for reasonable prices. Free WiFi and free water refills. Highly recommended!
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... and taught them a few English words. The oldest, Elvia, asked me if the woman depicted on the cover of Sam's copy of The Great Gatsby was me. "Nope." "Your sister then?" "Nope." She gave me a dirty look as though I was clearly lying to mess with her. All and all we waited for over an hour with these funny little girls and ended up buying some of their delicious natural chocolates. It was an awesome experience.
Okay, now the worst bit.
We decided to stay in a ...
... a body of water. Then, the ride became extremely bumpy as we drove the next hour on back roads that definitely weren't paved. After about an hour, there was a truck that was sort of blocking the road and although it looked like our driver could have passed the track and continued, he spoke to the driver and took a detour. We rode for another hour or so on a really bumpy road. We eventually hit a small traditional village where people lived in old shacks and pigs ...
Despite having a very important trivia title to defend I couldn't muster up the energy to go and so we will have to reclaim the title next week !!
The rest of the week was pretty low key as I tried to not get myself more sick but on Thursday we visited "megapacker" this is the ultimate thrift shop and you can virtually buy anything from here. Every item that is in the store is straight from america and you can find some ...
... br> After a quick lunch back at El Portal we headed out over the rickety bridge towards Ka'Ban cave. Most people had heard some stories about the cave tour - candles instead of torches and that there was water in cave so you'd get a bit wet. At the cave entrance, we were each given a candle and told to take off all our clothes and jandals, only togs in the cave...it seemed like the stories we had heard were true.
We lit ...