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What we didn't account for though is how long it'd take. We eventually rolled into City (on a beat up coach, from here on in for lack of a better description referred to as Chicken Coaches) around 4pm. Unfortunately as is often the case in the bigger cities this terminal didn't do onward buses to our destination, and we'd have to cross town on two separate buses and a few blocks walk to another terminal. Plus according to LP ...
... poked our heads into the market which was nowhere as chaotic as the rest we'd seen. Returning to the house, we helped prepare dinner, trying our hand at making tortillas. We also got to play with the children while having a popcorn party. They love their popcorn and so do we :) The kids were really cute and pulled us into dancing and games. We didn't quite understand them as they spoke a bit fast but Italy worked out as ...
... still have autonomy to play outside, invent their own games, and overcome obstacles.
... we saw and did a few good things over the week we were there: 1) San Marcos - a tiny hippy village just across the water from us; a very creative, laidback place with some beautiful homemade jewellery stands and a lovely chilled out organic café. They had plenty on the menu for Sharna and amazing homemade chocolate (apparently a 3 day process). We got a little shuttle boat over to the village; but Victoria picked the worst ...
... the party town people say it is. If you want to party, you can, but it's certainly not unavoidable. If you're into doing really ****** cocaine, it is readily available. Not sure why this is appealing to some people. Naturally there is also VERY POWERFUL gangja which pretty much puts you straight to bed and you ...