Casa Atitlan - Boutique Hotel & Restaurant
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... to care - she was inconsolable. After talking to one of the other kids there, he told us 'No, I'm not her friend, I'm her brother, no, I'm her cousin' - it all seemed a bit better then, but boy did we feel sorry for the wee girl.
The next day we spent chilling out round the place - reading, swimming, sleeping. That night we started to pack our things up for an early departure the next day. It was at this ...
... and despite the painful flashbacks of Acatanengo, the view from the top was breathtaking. We hiked back down to cool for about 90mins in the pools. We started at the top to watch the rapids of the main river cut underground and then slowly made our way down pool by pool to the waterfall at the end where the two parts of the river joined. It was such an incredible place to see, without a doubt one of the most beautiful natural settings I've seen.
Holly and I woke up around about the same time, and were amazed at the mountain view out of our window. We started giggling hysterically, whether it was from delirium due to lack of sleep, or just relief that we were no longer crammed in a van, stuck in road blocks, or risking our lives sliding down a wet, Rocky Mountain road. The laughing kept coming as we reminisced about some of the more dramatic moments of last night and yesterday. It seemed so long ago, but it was less ...
... with my hotel friend, Danyel. I told him the events of the past couple days--- how unfair it all seemed to me. How it all just seemed to be an accident of birth--- that I was born in the US with quality healthcare, and they were born as Qeqchi Maya in a rural Guatemalan village--- a people deprived for centuries of their land and rights.
He looked at me and then simply said, “Si, asi es la vida,” or ...