Casa de los Suenos
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... had breaded beef tenderloin with salad and Dylan had the plain tenderloin with potato cakes. The meals were delicious! Back to the hotel and we got ready for our volcano expedition. It was me, Dylan, Thomas and Nathan going and we would have our own private tour. Our guide Ronaldo picked us up at 7:00. We headed to a coffee plantation opposite Fuego volcano. Here we left the car and got into the back of a coffee transport truck which drove us up the hillside. On the way up we saw ...
... were absolutely delicious and made the discomfort of the cold water a bit more bearable. The next pool was my favourite since it was the most comfortable at 37 degrees. I didn't want to leave this pool, but the last one wasn't too bad either at 31 degrees. The next 20 minutes or so were spent going back and forth two times each between the hottest and the coldest pools. After being the cold pool for 5 minutes, the hottest one was really too hot and we couldn't last ...
... After handing the completed forms back to him he simply gave us our stamped passports back and quickly ushered us away, without again mentioning the supposed $10 fee. That was just the first of many frustrating border crossings within Central America. My advice to anyone planning to travel overland within Central America would be to be as vigilant as possible and research in advance what entry/exit fees are official fees that must be paid and also what other supporting ...
... promenade and listen to the ambling buskers. Alas just as the party seemed like it was really kicking off we had to head to catch our bus. This, like many of the more expensive buses here in Guatemala tends to overuse the air con but we had come prepared and sat waiting to board in our fleeces and
thermal leggings in the 28 degree heat.
We landed in Guatemala city at 5am....an hour earlier than we had planned. Having been warned of the dangers ...
... in the middle of nowhere. We were going slightly downhill at the moment, but when our driver put the van in neutral we started moving backwards uphill as if a giant hand was pulling us. The driver explained that the gravity there was stronger than normal and it wasn't mischievous ghosts.
As the sun was setting we arrived to the lake, which was dark and misty at the time but beautiful. It was great to finally be there.