Casa Lobo Bungalows
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... I am spending my last night here in Guatemala City and have an early morning flight to the Corn Islands where I'll spend a week on the beach before heading to Leon.
One of the cool things about being on the lake the was that it was very easy for me to explore to area by boat. For less than $2.00 you can get to most towns on the lake. I visited Santiago, Panajachel, San Marcos, San Juan, and of course San Pedro. They all have ...
... family, life priorities, money, the poor, the rich, the US, travel, work/jobs, etc... It is such an eye opening experience to hear first hand what its like to really live in Guatemala - the good, the bad, and the ugly. There are no officials enforcing rules and regulations here - you want a house? Go build it and its yours. Church and religion are very important to the people here. They will give their last dime to the church in ...
... How awesome! We chatted about Israel a bit as I'd traveled there before and loved their little country. I told them about the t-shirt I saw there that read "Don't worry America, Israel has your back!" We laughed and laughed. We exchanged names but they had very difficult Israeli names that I won't even try to write. The guy said "call me Alberto that is my middle name and you can call my wife Penny". Easy enough. We had a great conversation ...
... your room, go outside in your PJs, and hope you don't fall or end up accidentally in someone else's room. It's kind of like camping! It actually turned out being an OK experience and I just learned to 'time' my bathroom breaks. It's also a great way to meet other travelers. As it turned out a girl that was on my shuttle to Antigua was also staying there so I felt like a kinda knew someone already. I definitely think I'll be able ...
Passata la paura del portafogli e del viaggio/vibratore cambiando i soliti 3-4 autobus attraversando strade bombardate stile post-guerra, finalmente un pó di tranquillitá in riva ad uno dei laghi piú "famosi" in Guatemala.Questo lago e' stato formato da una mega esplosione vulcanica avvenuta un macello di tempo fa',i quali detriti hanno raggiunto la Florida negli stati uniti,lasciando sto mega bucone che col tempo,grazie alle copiose quantita' d'acqua di queste zone,si e' riempito ...