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TripAdvisor Reviews ShaRyanKa Santa Cruz La Laguna
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... month it's now super "quite"..... Tooo quite We went to Panorama which is a restaurant on the side of the mountain and has an amazing view of all of Xela, fortunately we went the night that there was a carnival not too far and so fireworks were shooting the entire time and made to be an awesome show. It's now Friday and I'm hiking the highest mountain in Central America tomorow and sleeping at the top which I have heard is below freezing. Wish me luck adios ...
... to have an easy night upon arrival and ended up emailing the hotel to ensure I had dinner reserved for me. It was homemade tomato soup starter and either teriyaki chicken or teriyaki tofu with rice and veg. And ginger cake for dessert. It was delicious! I decided after dinner to relax in the main area and use WIFI. After awhile I was tired of the day and headed off to bed, to be lulled to sleep by chirping insects and rain falling on my roof. Up bright and early ...
... br> It is incredible how life can unfold, and even more incredible at how fast it can unfold when you live in a vortex. Miracles and magic really do happen. But in my opinion, the real magic is in the little things. The things I used to overlook.
There was a 2 day, free, workshop up at a place called the Lightship. A wonderful man, named Pete Whitmore and now a good friend, had a vision to bring people together to expand consciousness about community, ...
... of us from
the hostel but luckily we were able to compromise and paddled left and right,
close to the shore instead. I was wearing my sexy red life jacket (while Hinesh
opted to not wear one….) just in case a wave from a passing lanche (ferry)
knocked us over. We would paddle for 10 – 15 mins then would sit and chill, at
times Hinesh pulled out his Nikon to take some cool shots. It was so nice to be in the sun and on the
water, how ...
... and amazing. Hopefully the photos will give you an idea. Indian Nose is a mountain called Cerro Cristalino and it sits to the west of San Pedro, it's called Indian Nose because the profile looks like an Indian’s face lying down with the nose being the highest point probably around 2500m or so. It was a fairly steep climb initially until we hit the Indian’s back and from there it was a nice 30min of flat ...