The second day I went to another waterfall, but I went on horseback with my new friends. None of them had ridden a horse before but the horses were really laid back, just like the people. We saw monkeys along the way and then they served us pineapples and water after we swam at the waterfall. It cost 33$ but it was a really beautiful waterfall so I'm very glad that I went.
Tonight I have been thinking about what I will do next, my friends (the Swedish brothers, as well as Steve, an Englishman, and Cynthia, another American) say that San Juan del sur in Nicaragua is really nice and I would really like to join them while they are there. But I like being relaxed and not having to move so quickly. I will make a decision soon. First I need to do my laundry, all my clothes smell horrible haha.
I have also really started to notice my mind changing because a lot of times I have to speak in broken spanish, and the way that they say things in spanish is different from english. For example in the states you might say "Let's go to the beach", and here you might say, (vamos a la playa) "We go to the beach"? So when I speak in english again my brain still wants to say it in spanish.