Las Huacas Hotel And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Dear family and friends, After 5 nights on Lago de Atitlan it was time to say goodbye to Guatemala and make our way to El Salvador. Jules, Marc and I got up super early to get a shuttle to Antigua, from where we would take another shuttle to El Tunco, El Salvador. When we got on the shuttle in Antigua we recognised Dave - the kiwi guy we had met briefly on one of our nights out in Antigua a week or so earlier. He was there with his girlfriend Amy, who we did not meet on that ...
... the surrounding circumstances. I want to learn from this not only to form my character, but also to better understand the world’s conflicts. Often these conflicts origin in cultural differences and the unwillingness to understand the other party which results in misinterpretation of intentions. My goals are ongoing. I still have to practise Spanish and plan on taking classes to improve my speaking abilities . After talking about our personal ...
... were flowing.
From sharing with Bolivar School students a drama about God wanting to be our "Everything," our focus to doing Vacation Bible School activities and a puppet show at an Elementary School, our group could've called it a day, but there was still a week's worth of work to do.
We weren't just sharing that there are distractions in the world and we need to focus on Jesus, but we wanted to built relationships with these teens and open ...
... me from catching a tan so far. The island has a nice Caribbean vibe, frequently houses blast Caribbean beats through the neighbourhood in the middle of the day, and late into the night. I don't think they know what noise pollution is, but I like that everyone just goes with the flow. Walking home this evening at 10.30 pm I walked past two Panamanian men playing a lively game of draughts by the sea using different coloured bottle tops. Caribbean life ...
We took a walk through the city from our hotel to Iglesia del Carmen and towards the coast and Bahia de Panama. The walk up Via Espana to the church was a busy street with both traffic and pedestrians. The street is lined with shops and there are a few malls set back from the road. Crossing the road in the city is a bit of a challenge, half the times there is no pedestrian light and the zebra crossings are mostly ...