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... with no problems at all for it to be the first border where we had to prove we had a flight out of Panama and we even had our bags searched for the first time in 7 borders! Unfortunately, I also had my rather dirty jumper that I left on the seat of the bus stolen by someone who got off the bus after me. Luckily it wasn’t one of the arctic-style buses we have been on in lots of places, and I could survive fine without a jumper until we got to David, our first stop in ...
... arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">So we were briefed on our itinerary, and each was asked what we expect from this tour, what we wanted to see, while being served with wine and hors d'ourves. And by sheer luck, one of the families in the group was a Filipino-American - Mother is Filipina (Prescy) and husband (Alan) is US-Jewish. They had 2 beautiful daughters Abigail and Rachel. We discovered that we lived on the same City and Street - ...
... riddled with pot holes or broken asphalt.
-Lodging is cheap. Our lakefront hotel room in Flores, Guatemala was nice and cost $12/night and you can find rooms as low as $6/night.
-They usually don't ask for ID, name, or any paperwork.
-Hotels have electricity hooked to the shower-head to offer hot water showers. Yikes!
-In Guatemala, the hamburger meat is not from a cow. It is from a bull. It is tough and doesn't taste ...
... dough with carrots, pork, cilantro, etc and then covering it with leafy looking things to boil. Ticos usually eat then with Lizano sauce; Ticos love their condiments! It tasted somewhat bland, but I enjoyed the conversation. Later, merienda turned into a baila sess. Anyone who knows me, knows that I can't dance ( it's because I'm Asian!) but it was fun dancing to Aventura and watching the Ticas dance sassily in ...
... the home, under the second floor apartment.
On the second floor, which is only over part of the home, the apartment is large enough for up to six people. It is mostly used to house students who come to study at the Spanish Immersion School, Ileri. There are two bedrooms, two baths, a small kitchen and dining area, and a communal living space.
Jaime works in the Nuria's Boutique. ...
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