We had quite a noisy night. Not caused by other guests, but by a screaming confused drunk right below our window. Terrific .
The view from our balcony: Grey and rainy. But today you can see the Virgin on the bread bun (or as I call the hill: Fat Christmas tree) quite well compared to yesterday. We have a shower and take the stairs down for breakfast before we set off to explore the city. Ena is very pleased that she still remembers where the pharmacy and her favourite supermarket is (she was here 7 years ago).
Santo Domingo Square
At the square of Santo Domingo we stroll a little through the old town and decide to buy a SIM card in order to be able to access the internet. This turns out to be a bit more complicated than we expected, but the shop assistant in the kiosk spends a lot of time helping us. That was extremely nice, we would have required a lot more time to set everything up.
With each a bottle of water in our hands we leave the kiosk to make our way back to the hostel – tomorrow we plan to go rafting in Tena. However, Ena spills most of the water as soon as she opens the bottle. “I completely forgot about this…”