Amatique Bay Resort & Marina
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... one when we met, only a bikini.' And the girls drunken state now becomes obvious. A few more rounds play out before revealing the girl has lost her room key, doesn't know which room is hers and her friends are fast becoming annoyed that they are locked out. Enter the hostel staff, another set of footsteps up the stairs and knock at the door. This time he actually opens the door and explains to the staff member that the girl had lost her key prior to coming to his room ...
... dark clouds are rolling in so we can't see the other side of the lake.
We return with the kayak back across the river and get saturated again as boats pass by. Later we have dinner, an Aussie Burger naturally, it's very filling, but quite nice to have comfort food, and the chips were homemade too which was a bonus. We have a beer and chat with Gary about things to do before retiring for the night as Kirsty's cold is coming out in full force ...
... really feel that dry. We still wanted to go despite the weather so we hopped in a small boat and headed off. It was probably on par with one of the most uncomfortable journeys I've ever done. First because it was on a small boat with little shelter so the seats were already wet to begin with, then because it was still raining it was all blowing constantly in our faces as we were going into the wind and ...
This morning was a 4am taxi to the bus station where we were expecting to get a bus to Guatemala City and stay the night. We were pleased to find out we could take a bus 'directly' to Tec˙m on the Mexican border for 850L ($40ish), so we jumped on that. We stopped a few times to drop people off and then started heading down to Guatemala City when we randomly pulled over, reversed a bit, and then stopped for an hour. No one said ...
... had a base. The next day was the start of a very hard job. I want to say volunteer placement but the volunteers who work here probably work as hard as or even harder than someone who has a 9-5 job at home. This is definitely a full time job. It’s a job of being a mother; a role model, a social worker, a nurse, a bible, a disciplinarian, a giver of love and much more. Only now at the age of 25 do I realise what my poor mother ...