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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz La Laguna
... 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 ...
... despite our secret worries to the contrary. Emerging on a larger street that bore some familiarity, it was impossible not to marvel once again at the drastically different faces such a small town could offer in such close proximity and how easy it could be to miss almost all of them. Having found ourselves back near the south docks again, it was time for a croissant and latte. Like San Pedro, San Juan had devoted the main road leading up ...
... the class it was back to normality and we all took the boat over to San Pedro for a huge Sunday BBQ. Needless to say, this was the best BBQ I have ever had. I said goodbye to my new friends and decided the next day would be filled with shopping as I had Guatemalan money to spare.
I found that there was a direct mini bus to the beaches to El Salvador, but I had to get up at 4am to get it. Tired and bewildered I got it and started my long journey to El ...
... t have the means or access to anti epileptic medications. The old lady, doņa Paulina couldn't speak Spanish, nor could she understand it. She spoke in her native indigenous language. The doctors found her with a pretty bad leg infection, which affected her ability to hike across the mountain in order to reach the grocery store within the nearest village. I couldn't image how she was able to hike across the mountain with groceries in hand; I could barely hike ...
... and tortillas.
The next day we headed to back to Antigua to book flights and get some more ideas for the rest of our trip. It was nice to be back in Antigua, we found a hotel in a part of town we hadn’t yet seen. We visited the ice cream shop some more, new restaurants and market stalls to get ourselves some Guatemalan clothing.
We then flew out of Guatemala City to the North of Mexico, Monterey for Mark to get some Rock Climbing ...