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... fruit and veggie stands, pan (bread) sellers, bean
sellers and of course lots of stray dogs hovering around. Hinesh captured the
scene very well with his Nikon (his photos are getting better by the day). We
also managed to find him some replacement thongs paying only 30Q (less than $5)
for them. We chilled out at the park near San Pedro church, this was really
pretty and a lot of the locals come here to eat helados (ice cream) and sit in the
... Our first experience of hitchhiking took place inside of a decked-out Acura with a couple that had been married almost 45 years with their smiling friend beside me. They were even playing a Frank Sinatra/Spanish duet of "My Way" on their stereo. Is that still hitchhiking? I suppose so :) We thanked them over and over and we headed on another camioneta towards Antigua.
Most every traveler had similar things to say about Antigua, "beautiful but expensive." And ...
... at 11:30. Joe was starving! Also while staying at this yoga centre/hostel we ran into a girl from Broome, Jo, who Yalzy had known. Small world. One thing we didn't get to do was to go jump off the cliff/ platform just a short walk from town. It was meant to be cool, and nice and refreshing on the sunny days, but due to wanting to move on, we skipped it. Not too disappointed though as it wasn't so high and I'm sure there will be many more opportunities ...
... worst of all, my pillow; places they know I’m reluctant to batter with my vehement rage or despoil with a smattering of fly remnants, revelling, I’m sure, in watching my frustration manifest itself in angry teeth grinding. Of course, they also often make the mistake of thinking they are just as safe landing on Laynni but, I can assure you, that has proven to be literally no deterrent at all.
There are also fruit flies, which flock to the vicinity of ...
... for me as it meant I could take photos and not paddle without Ash knowing, joking…
It was absolutely beautiful out on the lake, we kayaked along the edge of the lake, it was amazing how much the water has risen due to all the rain. There were houses with water half way up the walls all around the edge of the lake. The hour went very quickly. Once we got back to the edge of the lake and returned our kayaks we decided to go and find Maricela and get ...
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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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