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Travel Blogs from Santa Catarina Palopo
... come! One thing that i forgot to mention was the burritos we had in Antigua, easily the best thing i have eaten on this holiday. I had a bacon and shrimp burrito which came with cooked mixed veges, cheese and this incredible chipotle sauce, wrapped in a flour tortilla topped with shredded lettuce and sliced avocado and a drizzle of mayo. It was orgasmic! We pretty much only ate in this restaurant while we were there and we didn't even care that we didn't try anywhere else! ...
... fühlte ich mich dieser Welt nicht zugehörig. Nicht, dass mich das sehr gestört hätte, da ich mich zu diesem Zeitpunkt gar nicht damit auseinandersetzen wollte und darin teilhaben erst schon gar nicht.
Vielleicht begann ich auch jemanden an meiner Seite zu vermissen, der den selben Geist hat und lieber Sachen unternimmt als rumzuhängen.
Wie es manchmal so laeuft, ist genau das kurz darauf geschehen.
Einerseits habe ich die charmante ...
... of hit or miss, which means we tend to eat a lot more rice than potatoes, and Laynni insists on cutting up dozens of carrots with any and every meal. Just sayin’.
Fruit and vegetable shopping, while extremely cheap and varied, is almost equally time-consuming and tiresome, at least from one of our points of view. Although it is almost worth the effort just for a front row seat to all the indubitably creative mental math that takes place throughout el Mercado. ...
... evening. When the small, cozy room around us started to move, it took a few seconds for any of us to realize what was going on, zenned out as we were. The class was comprised of three other women, all Guatemalan, and the male American teacher, who had lived in Guatemala for several years. While the floor trembled we all stood frozen for a second, waiting for it to pass. Small earthquakes are not uncommon here and I had witnessed several before. This time, the shaking ...
... br> so we ended up paying 10Q protection money to an 11 year old or he would
probably have run off with our oars.
had dinner at another place in the mazey area between the docks where we both
tried different variations of some kind of Guatemalan curry. Mine was red and Lauren’s was green. Lauren’s tasted of celery but mine was pretty
good. We then had a drink at the Buddha
Bar before going to ...