Hotel Aldea del Bazar
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... but that wasn't before we drove down the highway with his head out the window, occasionally punching or slapping the side of this face. Elise offered to stop and get a coffee or something but he said he was fine and after that he appeared more awake.
Our place Villas Carrizalillo Hotel was much more luxurious than an our last place not to mention we had the place to ourselves. The windows to our villa looked out over the beautiful cove below, I immediately saw a ...
So I nailed my little interview and scored myself a job at Vivo Escondido hostel. It's a brand new hostel with a cool bunch of people coming through each day. As there was too many people working I had to wait until Monday until I could officially help out but Ross the owner let me live in a dorm for free until go time. Monday night I moved into the workers dorm with Tess an Aussie from Perth and Ali from Italy. Zane is also working in the hostel but ...
... Highway and within a few kilometres the reality of this new land had dawned on us. A prosperous Mexico was behind us. Guatemala was a different land altogether. The 80km from the border to Huehue took us three and a half hours non-stop. The photos will give you the idea. This is a place where time and distance have a different relationship.
Huehue has a population of 155,500 and sits at 1909m altitude. The city has a few pre-Spanish ruins of ...
... at the border of Mexico and Guatemala so that I can get up early tomorrow and make my way to the city of Quetzaltenango. This is where I will take classes while staying with a local family. I think it will be good for me and I want to advance my Spanish skills before I continue any farther. That way when I eventually run out of money I will hopefully be close to fluent so I can look for work somewhere. That is my plan, let's see how it goes.
... day we would arrive and Josh’s response, “I hear Rio Nexpa is small, we’ll probably just bump into you.” And bump into them we did. Not even one minute after our taxi driver dropped us off at the first hotel in Nexpa Josh and Dan come driving around the corner, hands waving.
So here we are, Rio Nexpa, lazy little surf town right right on the beach. We have a two- story cabana with two terraces overlooking the surf break. In the mornings we ...