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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Aaculaax San Marcos La Laguna
This is a beautiful place set just below the little Mayan reserve where they used to have Mayan sacrifices. The reserve has trails up to the altar and places to swim and a trampoline. The hotel is quirky in all the right ways, with great mosics, tiles and artwoks decorating all the rooms and common areas. The gardens are peaceful and filled with hidden treasures.
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... to rampantly hump his leg and throw her arms around his shoulders grinding on him, which at first was hilarious but later a little worrying! Running away, David made the other boys dance with her too and they all experienced the overly friendly actions of the older lady, with some finding it more traumatising than others. Eventually when she was through with the boys she moved onto the girls, targeting Becky in the toilets! After being ...
... the first half of class working on reading short passages and answering questions based on the passage, going over the one essay that I had written, and talking with the lady who cleans and prepares things around the school.
During break, I was asked what kind of food I wanted for my departure gathering, which has been moved to tomorrow, not Friday. My choices were either enchiladas made with tomatoes inside, ...
... a cycle of dependence. The government here is quite corrupt. The vice president stole 700 million dollars and disappeared. Schools, hospitals, infrastructure, the poor are all suffering from rampant corruption and lack of funding where it is needed. I went to a protest on the weekend. 1000s of people parading and waving signs calling for change. It was especially touching when they sang the national anthem. ...
... part of these provided good views as we were able to check out the lit up numerous towns around the lake. We were dropped one town away where the bus driver, promising us direct transport paid for a tuktuk. We got into town at 9pm. A long travel day.
We picked the first decent place we saw, grabbed some street food and called it an early night. Counterintuitively, despite note really doing anything, travel days can be exhausting.
... It was stunning. We were just gutted we didn't know to bring our swimming stuff as there were jumping platforms into gorgeous sheltered areas of the lake. A great day was followed by a great meal at a local restaurant that does Fish Fridays. They were rushed off their feet so service was slow but that was fine for us as we sank some lovely Chilean Sauv Blanc whilst we waited, and man was the wait worth it! I had the most incredible seared sesame crusted tuna sashimi (and all ...