La Casa Rosa Hotel
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... hostels have to pay these guys a few quetzales if they bring someone to the hostel as they sit there and tell travellers who don't have bookings the hostels who don't pay them have no room and are all booked out. So by paying them each time, it keeps them from saying Mullet's is booked out. Obviously, the guy working isn't impressed when we say he walked us about 20m from where the bus dropped us but forks out some cash to keep him happy. Mr Mullet's is ...
... the touristy area and the "local" streets. We noticed pretty quickly that there are a lot of tourists here and we could see why. It's quite a relaxed atmosphere, it's cheap, and there are lots of different types of food and restaurants. We took note almost immediately to all of the Hebrew writing we saw. First off, we stayed quite close to a Chabad House and at least a dozen hotels and restaurants have signs or menus in Hebrew. It seems strange to us ...
... Our bus ended up breaking down and we where stopped on the side of the road for two hours while we waited for a new bus to come collect us. This new bus was even worse so much more cramped and felt we had our knees to our heads for the next four hours. Arriving in Antingua we got dropped off at "ZOOLA HOSTEL." It's an Israeli run hostel and ZOOLA means relax/chill which they where correct we arrived they had a cute sitting area and the rooms where very spacious! So ...
... with powerful binoculars, as it's a good 10-20 foot drop from the window side of the cabin) They have a private dock, as the hotel can only be reached by boat or foot path. Santa Cruz, the nearest village, has no cars, they do have tuk tuks, if one wants to venture up the hill from the dock. The hotel reuses and up cycles everything. The restaurant is slow food, one has to reserve dinner before 4 pm, so the cooks have time to prepare it. Service is between 6:30-8. ...
... town on the lake. It was very nice and different to San Pedro. There is also a legend about a Saint or something who travels to a different house each year and can be seen there. It's name is Maximon and he is a statue that smokes cigarrs and drinks Tequila - literally. So of course we had to see him, paid some lady (Manuela) 2 dollars and she brought us there. A very interesting and strange encounter. Yvonne decided to improve her spanish a bit ...