Crazy Cave Man
Today we got up and met Jasmine (our Austrialian friend) again at breakfast and decided to head to see the chapel together. We've decided that we don't need a map here so we all left ours at home. Gotta love small cities.
We walked all around the church until we found the entrance and were very surprised by how large it was!!
After the cathedral we went back to the hostel and ended up gathering a random group of five of us for lunch. It was us, jasmine, a Swiss girl, and a guy from California. We had some tapas together then went back to the hostel to catch the 'Street Art and Caves Tour'.
We started this tour when it was around 100+ degrees outside and it was 2.5 hours of walking around through the winding streets. There was a large group of us and we ended up meeting some really cool people from Australia and a girl from New Jersey.
On the tour we saw some street art and caves! Kinda obvious...
We got to go inside one man's cave house and it was surprisingly nice. He was pretty strange and convinced that I (Anna) was Mexican but overall it was fun.
Here is Mr. Cave dweller... He spoke like 11 different languages. It was amazing.
He also liked to kiss us all goodbye...
This is his little free water fountain. A very nice oasis on the hot day.
After the caves, we were worn out and went home to rest for a few hours then out to dinner with another random group of six of us!
When we returned, our friendly group of Australians informed us that they were leaving because apparently there were bed bugs in the hostel...
No wifi and bed bugs? Man, I love this place.
We swear we'll decontaminate before we get home