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... t be black, he'd just be a little dirty." I know 2 girls who could help! It was hard to see, but, it was almost surreal, like seeing Jesus in your grilled cheese. Not knocking the faithful, but a bit disappointing. That night, hell who am I kidding...that afternoon I went to Cafe No Sť, a real genuine dive bar where after a few drinks everybody thinks they know your name. It's a great place to sit and talk to other travellers in town and get a few pointers. The bartender was ...
... backpacks, she looked at us and said "you need a big backpack, you are going to be carrying your sleeping bag, foamies, food and tent". WHAT?! Oh also sorry I'm getting ahead of myself. We booked a two day hike up a inactive volcano called Acatenango, where at the top we would be able to see Fuego volcano which is VERY active. We had heard rumors that this hike was hard but I was like pfft how hard could it be? Also I would consider myself decently fit. Like not an athlete but ...
... Vivian manages to get us all together for a delicious lunch before sending us out to explore and watch the processions. She has warned us repeatedly about not taking anything with us except a little money and camera. I think most heeded her warning and left passports and credit cards in the hotel. In any crowd, it's important to be mindful of your possessions and the surroundings. I didn't hear of anyone being ripped off or pickpocketed during the day.
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... with a river running through it by candlelight which was creepy, went tubing, went hiking. I also went to a local persons house to watch how chocolate is made and bought chocolate off oscar, my 6 year old chocolate dealer everyday. The chocolate tastes nothing like chocolate in England is is more like eating raw coffee with sand in it. Guatemala is very mountainous and has a lot of alpine forests where most of the worlds coffee and chocolate comes from. I'm going towards ...
... pack up our stuff, cook food, meet again for divying up gear, taking a quick dip in the hot tub at Zoola where Erick also works, repacking, combining, eating, etc. It was a long day, but eventually we had everything set for the early morning a head of us..5 am to be exact. ...