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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz La Laguna
... conditions. Given its rainy
season now we can only cross our fingers for one night of clear conditions so I
can get the camera out (then run back to hide it before the thieves see me J).
Day 2: after an omelette brekkie we take to
the waters for a morning kayak around the lake. After Hinesh and one of the
hostel workers drag the heavy kayak into the lake we set out for a paddle.
Hinesh wanted to head out to the two volcanoes that loom ...
... beautiful procession whose deliberately slow and, at times, somber march stood in stark contrast to the frenetic scene by the docks. Following the procession, we blindly followed a tiny narrow path among the buildings that we hoped led toward the water, passing countless hidden courtyards, doorways and tiny stores. A wrinkled and toothless grin that accompanied directions from a passing woman let us know that we weren't invading ...
... went on for the next 2 hours describing their amazing spiritual ascend using Marijuana and Ayahuasca. They compared their experiences to heroin and crack cocaine but of course said that their trips were spiritual and not recreational. This was all accompanied by talks of aliens, energy and the spiritual and vibrational state of the world today. Luckily there was a cute dog I could play with whilst waiting to be released from this group of pretentious drug ...
... room "home", if you can even call it a home since it lacked a bed, stove, furniture, electricity, a toilet and running water. The house's only occupant was a 80-90 year old Mayan woman.
Medical volunteers happened to find her by complete chance. The rest of her family had died and two young boys of the community took her in their charge, fetching fresh water or performing little favors for her. One of the boys was mute due to his untreated epilepsy. The ...
... We thought San Pedro looked busy and ugly compared to the other Lake side villlages but we got our to have a look anyway. It was as we thought, busy with lots of lots of tourist travel shops, cafes, vehicles, people and not really our thing, we got back in the boat and headed back for Santa Cruz.
Our family stay was lovely overall, but to finish up there was also welcomed after a couple of days of keeping Indi away from chicken poo everywhere and ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed