La Casa Rosa Hotel
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... issues in Guatemala, as well as taking frequent walks around the city surveying Xela's many fast food establishments. These included the revolutionary cono pizza (pizza in a cone), multi papas (a restaurant specialising in a variety of french fries), Taiwanese empanadas (flat, round deep fried pastries filled with cabbage, onion and tofu topped with soy and picante sauce) and Bakeshop (a divine Xela institute run by Mennonites selling the world's best donuts). We ...
... still going up a lot. I was feeling pretty weak, when one of the other students gave me an apple to eat. I stopped and ate this apple, which did help some. They did an amazing job of helping me out with everything.
Once again our guide didn't really know the way out, but the others knew that we needed me to walk as little as necessary to get back down. When we would come to a fork in the trail, one person would go up and one would go ...
... front. One night we enjoyed a 3 course meal at Casa Rosa with 2x1 tequila sunrise's and the other night we ate at Perdida Iguana, again enjoying a 3 course meal for only 60Q (just under £6!). One day we ventured out to another location on the lake called San Marcos, just to say we got out...after an hour mooching about we soon realised we had a good thing going in Santa Cruz. Much less touristy with a much more authentic feel. The abundance of spiritual ...
... lake. They have several businesses in addition to renting rooms. They rent kayaks, do tours and. Elaine is a fabulous massage therapist. They also mentor young entrepreneurs and future tour guides through an nonprofit that they helped start. We really enjoyed our stay at their beautiful oasis.
Our dinner spot was next door. Isla Verde is a beautiful restaurant and spa where you have to make a reservation for dinner and there is only one thing on the menu for the meal. ...
... went with it. Dinner was Mayan cuisine with lime marinated meat in a tomato paste with rice and tortillas. We had a fun time making 'Canadian' and 'Australian' tortillas, as mum Juana affectionately referred to them as :) We talked more over dinner, chatting about our home countries and our lives at home as we learned about their lives as well. After that,we had great laughs playing some card games before calling it a ...