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Travel Blogs from San Pedro La Laguna
San Pedro is a small town on the banks of Lake Atitlan in the guatemalan highlands. It is famous for its spanish schools and chilled out atmosphere. We picked an infamous hostel called "Mr. Mullet's" and we were not disappointed of course. I have never seen soo many guys sporting a mullet and being so proud of it. We suspected it was a requirement to getting a job there but they ensured us it wasn't that way. We had a pretty cruisy time in San Pedro and ...
... it was quite small and on a steep slope, here we learnt about how the women collect cotton and the beat it and spin it into thread by hand - each ball of thread takes 15 hours and the dye it different colours using natural plants/fruit/veg. We then saw how they weave it by hand, which looked like a painstakingly long process. I bought a large piece of embroidered material that took 3 months to make and cost me about £32. I also bought a painting from another shop which I love ...
... in this country so far. It was so good that my latte
needed no sugar. Hinesh had the hot chocolate which had a funky taste so
needless to say that cup remained half full. The town was friendly and had a
really artistic feel to it. Murals were every where and the houses were painted
in colourful colours.
After about 1.5 hours we jumped on a tuk
tuk to the village of San Pedro. We were dropped off in the market and it was
busy busy busy. ...
... Easter. Not an easter egg in sight and really this is a solemn and religious time here and one of devotion to the beljefs and family time. It was a very interesting experience and to be honest a more meaningful one here where the rush to over eat on chocolate and hot cross buns was not the focus but one of meaning and belief and personal devotions. At mass on the Saturday night it was 2 hours for us standing in the darkened central park park as the people were too many for ...
We started out at 6am and quickly found there were no buses or collectivos running so we started walking to Indian Nose. However it was awesome to see the locals preparing the Easter carpets. The Easter carpets are effectively multi-coloured sawdust, fruit and other items put together in wonderful displays on the street as carpets. Later in the day the processions walk down them and destroy them but until then they are ...
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