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TripAdvisor Reviews ShaRyanKa Santa Cruz La Laguna
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... 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 ...
The homestay was near the edge of a huge lake and this morning at 8.30 we said our goodbyes, which was a little bit sad because they were such a sweet family, and we drove a little bit to our hotel for tonight in another town called Panajachel. Most of the group then went on a boat tour to a couple of villages around the lake which was lovely, the sun was shining so we sunbathed at the front of the boat absorbing the beautiful mountainous surroundings. The first village is know as a ...
... 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 ...
... traversing up and down rides along trails and onwards. We barely saw anyone and used the compass to make sure we were heading in the right direction. The clouds had come in and visibility was poor but we could tell we were on a knife edge ridge but happily heading in the right direction, sadly the weather put pay to any spectacular views in the afternoon. I can see why they call it cloud forest as the clouds hung in the trees and they were so heavy that water started to condense on ...
... 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 ...