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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 ...
We woke up leisurely this morning and I skyped the fam for a bit, which was lovely, before getting a full English brekkie and heading on a chicken bus for $7 to Xela. It was pretty painless and easy, and we checked into Black Cat Hostel. It was really dead, but then we went to meet Andrew, who we met in Antigua, for dinner and a couple of drinks. It was then an early night in preparation for our trek ...
... 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 ...
... riskier shoreline to hotels, restaurants and vacation homes. Our first stop was Santiago. With upwards of 40,000 residents, it is the largest community on the lake. The town itself is built around the main square and 450 year old church and plaza. Many of the houses are of unadorned cinderblock construction, built one on top of another, connected by countless narrow and winding paths. While the views across the bay near our hotel were ...
... The male of the house however, told us to build it at the back right corner of the patio. Looking directly at the woman, I asked her if this was where she wanted it. She hesitated to give a yes/no answer and refused to give her full opinion on the matter. I asked again and she seemed passive on the matter, while the husband kept pointing towards the back corner. I would have liked to have had the opportunity to ask her without the husband present, but at that time, it ...