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... for 4 years around South America and the way she made her money was selling little bracelets - I could have still been sat there now talking to that women - and her name was Jessica!! I haven't burnt yet or been bitten but I have a feelin ARGHHHH ****!... just been bitten... Spoke too soon... It's okay though because I packed half of boots the chemist in my bag (thanks mum!) So the next step is meeting our family and settling into our new lifestyle! Peace and love kids ...
... We call it "the gringo trail" because we are all going together through Central America and you see the same people over and over again. Anyways Oliver. He is from England (obviously) haha because for some reason we only make friends with English people and he is travelling "until his money runs out" and he started with 55000, so I think he is good for a while. We saw him in Flores, Tikal, Semuc champey hostel, and now our hostel ...
... own little place on the mountainside. I see the appeal, but for us this has just been an escape from the noise of normal Guatemala, from the loud Latin music played in nearly every shop, bar or home, from the noise of engines and horns, from barking dogs. It's been an opportunity to relax and recover, and it's worked. I think we are both pretty much back to full fitness. We'll find out for sure when we leave and have to lug our backpacks back up that ...
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There’s a pungent smell to the air. Slightly sour, like fruit that has rotted. This is the wet fermentation process of the bean, definitely not the rich and enticing aroma ...
... partially destroyed by the earthquake, can't be torn down. The net result of this is something like a large open air archeological museum, with ruins of old churches and government building standing spookily and uselessly throughout the city. On the other hand, the intact parts of the city are charming - narrow cobblestone roads, old colonial buildings, and a breathtaking volcanic backdrop. And as a surprising random little fact, Antigua is home to the world's ...