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... last week though, but he didn't seem worried. The truck was full of ceramic flooring and was already overweight, so we had to go pretty slowly and it took us about 5 hours to get there, so we arrived about 10pm, in the murder capital of the world. Daniel told us that it was too dangerous to go and find a hostel at that time, so he let us sleep in his truck. It was bloody hot, but so nice of him. He then woke us up at 3:30am the next morning and drove us to the bus station. We got so ...
... squeeze in a session of Insanity (albeit modified
given we are in the upstairs bedroom and didn’t want to make too much noise for
the peeps below) before enjoying couple of happy hour beverages and a nom nom
dinner. We are sooooo full right now but have managed to pack our back packs
again and ready to head back to Antigua to pick up some necessary supplies
before moving on to Lanquin.
Maltiox Lago di Atitlan, its been nice
chilling with you.
... lucky we were to seevthe wonderful celebrations. Being a predominantly Catholic community almost everyone is involved in the preparations. Typically the streets covering about 2 km in a square around the cathedral are covered with the al fombre or carpet made of flowers, leaves, coloured sawdust making winderful and I designstricate designs. If you google Antigua during Semana santa you will see this is done there too. However in lovely San Pedro it is done on a smaller and ...
... agreed: yes and yes. It had a wonderful market, great shops, amazing food, super nice people, but yes, the prices were definitely up there. It kind of reminded me of a Latin American version of Charleston. We found a great private room for $30 (no more Quezales, but real US dollars!) It was funny that we were converting that into Guatemalan currency saying, "that's like 240 quezales!!!" Keep in mind that we were used to paying about 70 to 100 quetzales for a ...
I had bombed up to San Marcos from Nicaragua as fast as I could to catch the tail end of a festival that had occurred over New Years. I got to meet up with friends I'd met at InanItah on Ometepe, and saw the Desert Dwellers at the after-after party. Although this place had a very tranquil atmosphere, the festival had left the air filled with energy and there was waaaay too much going on.
On any given day there are countless workshops, courses, or ...