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I have come to understand that often, it is where I allow my eyes to settle that determine my experience. Too often I am focusing on grand vistas, on cathedrals and exploding volcanoes. Sometimes when I relax and let my gaze soften.....there it ...
... met by a throng of people trying to sell us "tickets" for the ferries. Luckily we already knew that these were mostly scam artists and so walked a short way down to the dock, boarded one of the small boats that ferries people around the lake and were off on our Atitlán adventure, heading for the small town of Santa Cruz la Laguna, which is so tiny that you can only reach it by boat. We were the only extranjeros (foreigners) on the small boat that rocked from town to ...
... about an hour and 15 minutes or so. Then the others were checking out the "new" break area for the yesterday and today (possibly) because there is a group at the school presenting on the gastronomic benefits of typical foods. Because of this new break area, we got stuck in the hallway talking with a couple of the other student and teacher pairs. We stood around and chatted for around 30 minutes, which is when my teacher said "Let's go down ...
... is therefore a foodie, kept going on about how great the desserts were, so we ended up having dessert as well. We were completely bloated now! It was after 10pm now and we jumped into tuk tuk to take us to the hotel. At the hotel we were greeted by an old man who didn't speak English, he just merely showed us to a room, took our payment for the night and left us. We realised a short while later that he hadn't given us a door key, but were shattered so collapsed for the ...
... hanging on with both hands and trying to brace your self by planting your feet in an ideal position everytime the driver took a bend. And there were a hell of a lot of tight, twisty bends on this route. I mentioned in an earlier blog that the last time I had seen buses like this was in the film 'Speed'. I had a sneaky feeling that it was the driver's favourite film. I also had a sneaky feeling that he thought he was auditioning for a role as a Holywood stunt ...